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DEDICATION 



In 1945 Dr Neal Bond Fleming became a member of 
the Millsaps College Faculty* Since that time he has 
gained the admiration and the respect of all who have 
been a part of the college community. 

It would not be incorrect to say that he represents the 
true spirit of Millsaps. His constant search for wisdom 
and the truth have labeled him as a fellow student of 
ours. His courtesy, his friendly disposition, and his 
eagerness to be of service to one and all have labeled 
him as our comrade. His Christian thought has made him 
our brother. 

Millsaps College will continue to grow and prosper, 
and we are confident that many of her students will grow 
in mind, body, and spirit in the footsteps of one who will 
always be remembered and loved by those who have had 
the privilege of knowing him and his life. 

It is our pleasure to dedicate our 1956 BOBASHELA 
to... 



DR NEAL BOND FLEMING 



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OUR PRESIDENT 




Under the guidance of Dr. H.E. Finger, 
Millsaps College has hopes of expansion — 
both in size and influence. In the past few 
years he has given generously of his time and 
efforts to make Millsaps a greater institution. 

His hard work has been beneficial not 
only to members of the College, but also to 
all citizens of the surrounding community. 

A civic, social, and religious leader, he 
will continue to enrich our lives and the lives 
of others in future years. 



HOMER ELLIS FINGER, JR. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



OFFICERS 



M.A. Franklin, D.D President 

B.M. Hunt, D.D Vice-President 

N.J. Golding, D.D Secretary 

A.B. Campbell, LL.D Treasurer 



TERM EXPIRES IN 1956 
Rev. W.J. Cunningham, D.D. . .Tupelo 

John Egger Meridian 

Rev. N.J. Golding, D.D. . . .Columbus 

A.L. Rogers New Albany 

Rev. W.B. Selah, D.D Jackson 

Rev. J.D. Slay Laurel 

F.B. Smith Ripley 

Virgil D. Youngblood. . . . Brookhaven 



TERM EXPIRES IN 1959 

W.E. Bufkin Leland 

R.L. Ezelle, LL.D Jackson 

Rev. B.M. Hunt, D.D Meridian 

Rev. J.W. Leggett, Jr., D.D. . Meridian 

John McEachin Grenada 

W.O.Tatum Hattiesburg 

Rev. W.L. Robinson, D.D. . . New Albany 
Rev. J.D. Wroten, D.D. . . .Louisville 



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DEAN OF FACULTY 




JAMES SHARBROUGH FERGUSON 



The duties of an Academic Dean are as numerous as the mind can imagine. This 
job calls for intelligence, patience, understanding, and concentration. 

Millsaps College is fortunate in having as its Academic Dean a man with all 
these fine qualities plus many more. No other person could better fill this position 
and at the same time possess a friendly and co-operativeair as Dean Ferguson has a 
habit of doing. 

Millsaps has long had the policy of selecting as its leaders men and women of 
Christian training who will be valuable in all the various phases which he or she 
must enter. It is evident to all those who know him that Dean Ferguson represents 
that type of leader-a man who will always be remembered when we thinkof our Alma 
Mater. Not only will he be remembered, but the things for which he stood and tried 
to instill in us and all those he knew through his various activities. 

We are proud of our Dean and his achievements . We welcome his friendship, 
his advice, and his constant efforts to improve the conditions of the college. 



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DEAN 

OF 

WOMEN 



MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD 

Associate Professor of English 

A.B. , Mississippi State College for Women 

A.M., Duke University 



MILDRED LILLIAN MOREHEAD 




REGISTRAR 



PAUL DOUGLAS HARDIN 

Associate Professor of English 
A. B. , Millsaps College 
A.M., Duke University 
Graduate Work 
University of Southern California 



PAUL DOUGLAS HARDIN 



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HOLMES AMBROSE 



ROBERT E. ANDING 



THE FACULTY AND STAFF 



HOLMES AMBROSE 

Associate Director of Choral Music; B. Mus. , Juil- 

liard School of Music; Bethany College; University 

of Nebraska, M.Mus; University of Iowa; Indiana 

University. 



MRS. RUTH ANDREWS 
Manager, Bookstore. 

PEGGY BENNETT 
Assistant Librarian 



ROBERT E. ANDING 

Assistant Professor of Religion; A. B. , Millsaps Col- 
lege; B. D. , Emory University. 



MRS. RUTH ANDREWS 



PEGGY BENNETT 






ROBERT E. BERGMARK 



MAGNOLIA COULLET 



THE FACULTY 



ROBERT E. BERGMARK 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy; A.B. , Emory 
University; S. T. B. , Advanced Graduate Work, Bos- 
ton University. 

MAGNOLIA COULETT 

Associate Professor of Latin; A. B. , Millsaps Col- 
lege; M.A., University of Pennsylvania; Graduate 
Work, Syracuse Academy in Rome; University of 
Chicago; B.M., Belhaven College; Graduate Work 
in Voice, Bordeaux, France. 



ELIZABETH CRAIG 

Associate Professor of French; A.B. , Barnard Col- 
lege, Columbia University; A.M., Columbia U- 
niversity; Diplome de la Sorbonne, Ecole de Pre- 
paration des Professeurs de Francais a L'Etranger, 
Faculty of Letters, University of Paris. 

MRS. HELEN DANIEL 

Hostess, Galloway and Burton Halls. 



ELIZABETH CRAIG 



MRS. HELEN DANIEL 






N. BOND FLEMING 



MRS. MARTHA GALTNEY 

AND STAFF 



NEAL BOND FLEMING 

Professor of Philosophy; A. B. , B. D. , Emory Univer- 
sity; S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston University; Ford Scho- 
lar, Harvard University. 

MRS. MARTHA GALTNEY 
Secretary to Dean of Students. 



MARGUERITE WATKINS GOODMAN 
Associate Professor of English; A.B. 
College; A.M., Tulane University. 



mes Scott 



LANCE GOSS 

Associate Professor of Speech; Director of The Mill- 
saps Players A. B. , Millsaps College; A.M., Ad- 
vanced Graduate Work, Northwestern University; 
Special Study, The Manhattan Theatre Colony; 
Summer Theatre, The Ogunquit Playhouse. 



MARGUERITE W. GOODMAN 



LANCE GOSS 







ALFRED P. HAMILTON 



ROBERT R. HAYNES 



THE FACULTY 



ALFRED PORTER HAMILTON 

Professor of Classical Languages and German; A. B. , 
Birmingham-Southern College; A.M., Ph.D., U- 
niversity of Pennsylvania; Graduate Work, Univer- 
sity of Leipzig. 

ROBERT RAYMOND HAYNES 

Professor of Education; A. B. , LL. B. , University of 
Tennessee; Vice Consul to the United States in 
Scotland and England; A.M., Advanced Graduate 
Work, George Peabody College. 



NELLIE KHAYAT HEDERI 

Assistant Professor of Spanish; A. B. , Mississippi 

State College for Women; A. M. , Tulane University. 

NANCY BROGAN HOLLOWAY 

Instructor of Secretarial Studies; A. B. , Mississippi 

State College for Women. 



NELLIE K. HEDERI 



NANCY B. HOLLOWAY 






ALVIN J. KING 



FRANK M. LANEY, JR. 



AND STAFF 



ALVIN JON KING 

Director of Millsaps Singers; Oberlin Conservatory 
of Music; Northwestern School of Music; Christian- 
sen Choral School; Private Study withW.S.B. Matt- 
hews, Fannie Zeisler, and Prower Symonds. 

FRANK MILLER LANEY, JR. 

Associate Professor of History; A.B. , University of 

Mississippi; A. M. , Ph. D. , University of Virginia. 



MARTHA LAGRONE LANG 

Assistant Librarian; B. A., Mississippi State College 

for Women; B.S. , University of Illinois. 

JAMES J. LIVESAY 

Director of Public Relations and Alumni Secretary. 

A.B. , Millsaps College. 



MARTHA L. LANG 



JAMES J. LIVESAY 



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HARRY S. MANLEY 



ROSS H. MOORE 



JOSEPH B. PRICE 



THE FACULTY 



HARRY S. MANLEY 

Professor of Political Science; A.B. , Westminster 
College; LL. B. , University of Pittsburgh Law School; 
Ph. D. , Duke University. 

ROSS HENDERSON MOORE 

Professor of History; B.S. , M.S. , Millsaps College; 

A.M., University of Chicago; Ph.D., Duke U- 

niversity. 

JOSEPH BAILEY PRICE 

Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Millsaps College; 
M.S., University of Mississippi; Ph.D., Louisiana 
State University. 



RICHARD R. PRIDDY 

Professor of Geology; B. S. , Ohio Northern Univer- 
sity; A.M. , Ph.D., Ohio State University. 

THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS 

Professor of Mathematics; B. S., Guilford College; 

A. M. , Ph. D. , University of North Carolina. 



RICHARD R. PRIDDY 



THOMAS L. REYNOLDS 





ALBERT G. SANDERS 



BETHANY C. SWEARINGEN 

ANDSTAFF 



HARMON E. TILLMAN, JR. 



ALBERT GODFREY SANDERS 

Professor of Romance Languages; A.B. , South- 
western; A. B. , Yale University; Rhodes Scholar, 
1907-1910; A.B. , A.M., University of Oxford; 
Doctor of Humane Letters. 

BETHANY C. SWEARINGEN 
Associate Librarian 

HARMON E. TILLMAN, JR. 

Assistant Professor of Speech; Director of Forensics; 
A.B., Millsaps College; B. D. , Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity. 



MILTON CHRISTIAN WHITE 

Professor of English; A. B. , Birmingham-Southern 
College; A.M., Harvard University; Ph.D., U- 
niversity; of Wisconsin. 

GUSTAVUS GALLOWAY WILLIAMSON, JR. 
Assistant Professor of History; A.B. , University of 
South Carolina; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University. 

JAMES DAUSEY WROTEN, JR. 
Professor of Religion; A. B. , Millsaps College; B.D., 
Southern Methodist University; A.M., Ed.D. , Co- 
lumbia University. 



MILTON C. WHITE 



GUSTAVUS G. WILLIAMSON, JR. 



JAMES D. WROTEN, JR. 




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FACULTY NOT PICTURED 



C.M. BARTLING 

Director of Physical Education and Coach; B. B. A. , 

University of Mississippi. 



JAMES EDWARD McCRAKEN 

Dean of Students; Assistant Professor of Psychology; 
B. S , Muskingum; A.M., Ohio State University; 
Ph.D. , Ohio State University. 



WILLIAM J. BRETT 

Assistant Professor of Biology; B.S., Northern Ill- 
inois Teachers; M.S., Miami University; Ph.D., 
Northwestern University. 



THOMAS LEE REYNOLDS 

Professor of Mathematics; B. S. , Guilford College; 

A.M . , Ph.D., University of North Carolina. 



HARRY CLOPTON DILLINGHAM 
Assistant Professor of Sociology; A. B. , University 
of Texas; A.M., Advanced Graduate Work, Uni- 
versity of Michigan. 



CHARLES BETTS GALLOWAY 

Associate Professor of Physics; B.S., Millsaps 

College; A.M., Advanced Graduate Work, Duke 

University. 



ARNOLD A. RITCHIE 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics; B.S., North- 

easternState College of Oklahoma; M.S., 

Oklahoma A. & M. College; Advanced Graduate 

Work, Oklahoma A. & M. and Uni vers i ty of 

Tennessee. 



JEAN FRANCES SAIN 

Director of Physical Education for Women; 

B. S. P. E. , University of Mississippi. 



FRANKLIN WARD JAMES 

Associate Professor of Chemistry; B.S., Mississippi 

College; Ph. D. , University of North Carolina. 



WENDELL B. JOHNSON 

Assistant Professor of Geology; B. S. , M.S., Kansas 

State College; Graduate Work, Missouri School of 

Mines. 



SAMUEL ROSCOE KNOX 

Associate Professor of Mathematics; A. B. , A.M., 
University of Mississippi; Graduate Work, University 
of Michigan. 

But I thought we didn't have to go to chapel" 




MARVIN G. SMITH 

Assistant Director of Physical Education; Assistant 
Coach; Head Basketball Coach; B.B.A. and M.A., 
University of Mississippi. 



MARY B.H. STONE 

Associate P rof ess o r of English; A. B. , Randolph- 
Macon Woman's College; A.M. , Advanced Gradu- 
ate Work, George Peabody College. 



ELBERT S. WALLACE 

Professor of Economics; A.B. , Birmingham -South- 
ern College; A M. , Ph.D., Duke University. 



KARL WOLFE 

Art; B.F. A. , Chicago Art Institute, William French 
Fellowship Study abroad for one year; Pennsylvania 
School of Art. 



JOHN THOMAS ZUMBRO 

Associate Professor of Economics; B S. , Middle- 
Tennessee State College; M.A., University of 
Tennessee; Advanced Graduate Work, University of 
Tennessee. 



fil&tee& 




CLASS OFFICERS 




SEATED: Westerfield, Hubbard, Jackson. 

STANDING: Stewart, Waits, Peacock, Johnston, Causey. 



SENIOR CLASS 

PRESIDENT 

John Reed Hubbard 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Henry Burton Jackson, Jr. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER 

Claudette Ann Westerfield 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

PRESIDENT 
Hugh Haralson Johnston 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Thomas Burton Fanning 

SECRETARY -TREASURER 

James L. Waits 



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JUNIOR CLASS 

PRESIDENT 

Jack Barrett Stewart, Jr. 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Newt Parks Harrison 

SECRETARY -TREASURER 

Nancy Ruth Peacock 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

PRESIDENT 

Hubert Lacy Causey 

VICE-PRESIDENT 

Lillian Ann Starnes 

SECRETARY -TREASURER 

Gerald F. Mizelle 




J 



IN MEMORIAM 



JAMES LOVICK WASSON 

- -GOD BE WITH YOU 'TIL WE MEET AGAIN — 

Millsaps College suffered the loss of James LovickWasson on September 
11, 1955. Truly, it was a loss, for the qualities found in this young man 
were valuable, creative and enduring. He was loved, admired and respected 
by the entire college community. 

His life and ideals will always remain in the memories of those who knew 
him, and his principles will be a source of inspiration for all. 

May we remember that a job done by Luke was a job done well, and may 
we strive to carry on the banner which he held high. 





A^„:f* 



ALEXANDER 
BAILEY 



ANDERSON 
BALLARD 





GEORGE W. ALEXANDER, JR. 
Jackson: LXA: B.S. 



BETTY BARFIELD 
Jackson: Phi Mu: B. A. 



SENIOf 



ANN ANDERSON 
Jackson: Chi O: B. A. 




MERLE BLALOCK 
Union: Phi Mu : B. A. 






EMMA ATKINSON 
Philadelphia: Phi Mu : B. A. 




MARJORIE BOLEWARE 
Crystal Springs: BSO: B. A. 


JESS BRASHER 
Jackson: PiKA: B.S. 


JOHN MICHAEL AWAD 
Jackson: KS: B. A. 




CLARA PARKS BOOTH 
Drew: KD: B. A. 


CECIL BROWN, JR. 
Jackson: KS: B.S. 


VALERA BAILEY 
Winona: Chi O: B. A. 




ELAINE BOOTH 
Jackson: B.S. 




SUSAN BROWN 
Union: Phi Mu : B. A. 


BARBARA BALLARD 
Jackson: B. A. 




ELSIE FAY BOYD 
Union: B.S. 




BEVERLY BUTLER 
Jackson: B.S. 


BOLEWARE BOOTH, 
BRASHER BROWN, 


c. 
c. 




BOOTH, E. 
BROWN, S. 


BOYD 

BUTLER 








CALDWELL 
COLE 



DUNN 
ELLIOTT 





CAMPBELL 
CONERLY 


CARTER CATLEDGE 
CONNER CURRY 


iS 




CHARLEY COLE 
Jackson: PiKA: B.S. 


HENRY NEIL EASLEY 
McComb: B.A. 






WALLY CONERLY 
Tylertown: PiKA: B.S. 


HAROLD D. EDWARDS 
Jackson: B. A. 


SHIRLEY CALDWELL 
Laurel: B. A. 




J. MICHAEL CONNER 
Jackson: LXA: B.S. 


CHARLOTTE ELLIOTT 
Greenwood: BSO: B. A. 


JOHN BURKE CAMPBELL 
DeKalb: B.S. 




ZORAH CURRY 
Jackson: Vikings: B.S. 


HARRISON MOSLEY ETHRIDGE 
Petersburg, Va.: KS: B.A. 


CLYDELL CARTER 
New Albany: B. A. 




MARY ETHEL DUNN 
Holcomb: B. A. 


JOHN EVANS 
Quitman: PiKA: B.S. 


CHARLES N. CATLEDGE 
Tutwiler: PiKA: B.S. 




MARVIN S. DYESS, JR. 
Forest: LXA: B.S. 


SELBY GAIL FIELDER 
Vicksburg: Chi O: B. A. 




DYESS 
ETHRID 


GE 


EASLEY EDWARDS 
EVANS FIELDER 





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FISHER 


FLEMING 




FLOURNOY 


GREENER 


GRIFFIN 




GREENOUGH 


ALMYRA FISHER 




EARL GREENOUGH 




Sherad: Chi O: B. A. 




Escatawpa: Norsemen: 


B. A. 


RICHARD C. FLEMING 




GARLAND HARRISON 




Meridian: B.S. 




Liberty: KS : B. A. 




CHICK FLOURNOY 




TERRY HAYWARD 




Jackson: KA : B.S. 




Jackson: KA : B.S. 




ROBERT S. GEDDIE 




CHARLES F. HILL 




Jackson: B.S. 




Gulfport: B. A. 




EMILY GREENER 




BYRD HILLMAN 




Jackson: KD: B. A. 




Union: PiKA: B. A. 





GEDDIE 
HARRISON 



AMARYLLIS GRIFFIN 
Philadelphia: Phi Mu : B. A. 



PAT HILLMAN 
Union: Phi Mu : B. A. 



SENIOI 



JERRY HILTON 
Florence: B. A. 

CAROLYN HOLLOWAY 
Brookhaven: Vikings: B. A. 

JOHN HUBBARD 
Jackson: PiKA: B.S. 

BURTON JACKSON 
Jackson: KA: B.S. 




HILL 
HOLLOWAY 



HILLMAN, B. 
HUBBARD 



HILLMAN, P. 
JACKSON 




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JONES, B. 
JOHNSON, J. 


JONES, C. 
JOHNSON, 


s. 


JONES, J. 
JOHNSTON 


JONES, R. 
JOST 


LASS 






JAMES MICHAEL JOHNSON 
Jackson: B. A. 




SAM KUYKENDALL, JR. 
Jackson: LXA: B. A. 








SARA JOHNSON 
Cruger: BSO: B. A. 






BILL LAMPTON 
Columbia: PiKA: B. A. 


BARBARA JONES 
Jackson: Chi O: B. A. 






ANNETTE JOHNSTON 
Tupelo: KD : B. A. 






GENE ANN LAUCHLY 
Jackson: Chi O: B. A. 


CECIL B. JONES 
Vicksburg: Norsemen: 


B. A. 




RICHARD R. JOST 
Flora: SX: B.S. 






WILLARD LEGGETT 
Hattiesburg: LXA: B. A. 


JAMES L. JONES 
Aberdeen: KS : B. A. 






WILLIAM O. JOYNER 
Meridian: B. A. 






ACKA YVONNE LEWIS 
Rose Hill: Vikings: B. A. 


READ JONES 
Saltillo: PiKA: B.S. 






CLAIRE KING 
Jackson: Chi O: B. A. 






WALTON LIPSCOMB 
Jackson: LXA: B.S. 


JOYNER 
LAUCHLY 


KING 
LEGGETT 




KUYKENDALL 
LEWIS 


LAMPTON 
LIPSCOMB 





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LOFLIN, 
MARTIN 


D. LOFLIN, J. 
MITCHELL 


McREYNOLDS 
MOORE 


McSHANE 
MORRISON 




DORIS ANNICE LOFLIN 
Star: Phi Mu. B. S. 


POWERS MOORE 
Jackson: KS : B. A. 


SENIO 




JACK MILTON LOFLIN 
Star: PiKA: B. A. 


ROBERT E. MORRISON 
Jackson: KA : B.S. 






CHARLES LLOYD McREYNOLDS 
Columbus: Norsemen: B. S. 


HARDY NALL, JR. 
Jackson: KA: B. A. 


HIRAM POLK 
Jackson: LXA: B.S. 




ANN McSHANE 
Greenwood: BSO: B. A. 


BOB PARNELL 
Jackson: KS: B.S. 


JOAN POWELL 
Jackson: B. A. 




NANCY LYNN MARTIN 
Macon: KD: B. A. 


RUTH ANN PEARSON 
Greenville: Vikings: B. A. 


ANN HUDSON' RAGLAND 
Tutwiler: KD : B. A. 




MINNIE DORA MITCHELL 
Dixon: B. A. 


MURRAY PINKSTON 
Vicksburg: PiKA: B.S. 


ANITA BARRY REED 
Jackson: KD: B. A. 


NALL 
POLK 


PARNELL 
POWELL 


PEARSON 
RAGLAND 


PINKSTON 
REED 









RIGBY 

SMITH, S 



CLASS 








SARTIN 
STAIRES 


SLATER 
STANTON 


SMITH, R 
STERN 


IS 


SARA JO SMITH 
Starkville: Vikings: B. A. 


JERRY TRIGG 
Quitman: PiKA: B. A. 






EARL ANDREW STAIRES 
Jackson: B. A. 


JOHNNY TURNER 
Kosciusko: PiKA: B. A. 




CLIFFORD L. RIGBY 
Gulfport: PiKA: B. A. 


SHIRLEY STANTON 
Greenville: Chi 0: B. A. 


EDWIN UPTON 

Yazoo City: PiKA: B. A. 




ROBERT DAY SARTIN 
Brookhaven: B. A. 


MELVYN ELLIOTT STERN 
Jackson: B.S. 


N. R. WALLEY 
Richton: KS : B.S. 




VIRGINIA SLATER 
Jackson: BSO: B.S. 


SYLVIA STEVENS 
Macon: KD: B. A. 


JOSEPH WAY 
Georgetown: Norsemen: B. 


A. 


ROBIN SMITH 
Inverness: KD: B. A. 


NONA TILLMAN 
Star: Phi Mu: B. A. 


CARL WELCH 
Jackson: LXA : B. A. 







TRIGG 

WAY 



TURNER 
WELCH 





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WHITEHURST 
WILLIAMS, R. 



WHITES 
WILLIAMSON 



WHITFIELD 
WITTEN 



WESTERFIELD 
WILLIAMS, F. 
WOODS 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



CLAUDETTE WESTERFIELD 
Mendenhall: BSO: B. A. 






FRED WILLIAMS 
Vicksburg: PiKA: B.S. 


CLAY WHITEHURST 
Walnut: B. A. 








RUTH MARIE WILLIAMS 
Meridian: B. A. 


DAYTON WHITES 
Lucedale: B, S. 








ALBERT N. WILLIAMSON 
Greenwood: PiKA: B.S. 


MARGARET WHITFIELD 
Jackson: BSO: B. A. 








JAMES C. WITTEN 
Jackson: LXA: B. A. 




MARGARET WOODS 
Mount Olive: KD: B. A, 





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SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



Gary Balius, Biloxi 

Julia Parks Barkley, New Albany 

Tom Boone, KS, Memphis, Tennessee 

Jerry Boykin, KS, Laurel 

Hal Brown, SX, Jackson 

Decatur Butler, Gallman 

James Callahan, Madison 

Alma Carpenter, Phi Mu, Water Valley 

Marcus Clements, Jackson 

Joseph Conti, Jackson 

John Cook, Jackson 

William Cooper, DPi, Grenada 

John Copeland, KS, Jackson 

Carol Culley, KD, Jackson 

Hugh Davis, Macon 

Charles Deaton, KS, Jackson 

Richard Dillard, Clinton 

Ralph Ellis, Natchez 

Walter Ely, PiKA, Greenville 

Albert Felsher, Norsemen, Gulfport 

Marjorie Gerald, Jackson 

Karen Gilfoy, ChiO, Jackson 

Billy Greenlee, KS, Jackson 

Thomas Hardee, Quitman 

Robert Harper, Jackson 

"There's a future in medicine' 



Charles Hollowell, KA, Jackson 

Norman Johannessen, Los Angeles, California 

Bennie Kirkland, KS, Jackson 

Robert Koch, Poplarville 

James Long, Durant 

Jerry Long, Hazelhurst 

Helen Maddox, Phi Mu, Meridian 

Jesse Moore, Shuqualak 

Joan Lee Powell, ChiO, Columbus 

William Powell, KS, Memphis, Tennessee 

Tom Prewitt, KS, Jackson 

Thomas Price, Jackson 

Tommie Price, Woodville 

James Schimpf, PiKA, Jackson 

James Slay, Canton 

Bobby Joe Smith, Liberty 

Mrs. Dorothy Terry, Brandon 

Charles Underhill, KS, Memphis, Tennessee 

George Whitener, Merdian 

Mrs. Miller Williams Jackson 

Donald Youngs, LXA, Deposit, New York 





'The smile denotes Heroin" 



'All this meat and no potatoes!" 




'My wife against your car" 




vtadendatemw 




Abernathy 
Abney 
Abraham 
Adams 



Addkison 
Alexander 
Allen, C. 
Allen, C.J. 



Allen, F. 
Anderson 
Andrews 
Anthony 



Armstrong, G. 
Armstrong, J. 
Atwood 
Avera 



Bain, L. 
Bain, M. 
Balgord 
Ballard, J. 



Ballard, T. 
Barksdale 
Barnes 
Baxter 



Bayliss 
Beadle 
Beckes 
Benson 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



FIRST ROW: 

Jo Anne Abemathy, Sophomore, Vikings, Kilmichael; 
Robert Abney, Freshman, KA, Bay Springs; Freddie 
Abraham, Junior, PiKA, Vicksburg; Bob Adams, Fresh- 
man, PiKA, Jackson. 



SECOND ROW: 

Elwyn Addkison, Junior, KD, Louisville; Ted Alexander, 
Sophomore, Jackson; Carolyn Allen, Junior, Vikings, 
Shaw; Carolyn J. Allen, Freshman, BSO, Magnolia. 



THIRD ROW: 

Frank Allen, Freshman, KA, Jackson; Dannie Anderson, 
Sophomore, LXA, Jackson; Lynda Lou Andrews, Fresh- 
man, BSO, McComb; Elizabeth Anthony, Junior, KD, 
Washington, Missouri. 




"First taste of Communist Propaganda! 



FOURTH ROW: 

George Armstrong, Junior, KA, Coffeeville; Joe B. 
Armstrong, Freshman, KA, Coffeeville; Ruth Atwood, 
Freshman, Vikings, Norfolk, Virginia; Billy Avera, 
Freshman, Dumas, Arkansas. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Lois L. Bain, Freshman, ChiO, Belzoni; Myna Bain, 

Sophomore, ChiO, Belzoni; Bill Balgord, Freshman, 

LXA, Jackson; John G. Ballard, Sophomore, Norsemen, 

Columbus. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Thomas L. Ballard, Sophomore, Norsemen, Okolona; 
Pansy Barksdale, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson; Helen Dall 
Barnes, Freshman, KD, Jackson; John E. Baxter, Sopho- 
more, LXA, Marion. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Sarah Bayliss, Freshman, Phi Mu, Ruleville; Geraldine 
Beadle, Junior, BSO, DeKalb; Julia Anne Beckes, Fresh- 
man, ChiO, Jackson; J. D. Benson, Freshman, Jackson. 



"Mamma, we wanna go out" 



43 






^UNDERGRADUATES 



/ 



"Fifty cents a point" 

FIRST ROW: 

James Berry, Junior, KS, Prentiss; Sara Janice Black, 
Freshman, KD, Jackson; Harry Blair, Junior, KA, Jack- 
son; Jerry Blakeney, Freshman, KA, Bay Springs. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Gloria Bright, Freshman, Jackson; Anne Brooks, Fresh- 
man, BSO, Jackson; Carol Broun, Freshman, BSO, Jack- 
son; Norma Brown, Junior, Lorman. 



SECOND ROW; 

Dick Blount, Sophomore, PiKA, Jackson; Reba Boackle, 
Junior, BSO, Crystal Springs; Jane Boler, Freshmen, Can- 
ton; Janice Bower, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Vicksburg. 



THIRD ROW: 

Barbara Bowie, Sophomore, Holly Bluff; H. Alton Boyd, 

Junior, LXA, McComb; Kaisa Braaten, Sophomore, 

Vikings, Laurel; Pete Bradfield, Sophomore, PiKA, 

Indianola. 



FOURTH ROW; 

Patti Bradley, Freshman, KD, Memphis, Tennessee; 
Beth Brandon, Junior, KD, Meridian; Gwin Breland, 
Freshman, Crystal Springs; Jo Ann Brenke, Freshman, 
BSO, Jackson. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Richard Brown, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; Shirley Brown, 

Junior, Phi Mu, Belzoni; Frances Bryan, Freshman, 

ChiO, West Point; Kay Bufkin, Junior, Vikings, Mobile, 

Alabama. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Steve Bumpas, Freshman, KS, Jackson; Gwen Burford, 

Sophomore, ChiO, New Albany; Mary E. Burton, Junior, 

Phi Mu, Jackson; Beth Busby, Junior, Phi Mu, Atlanta, 

Georgia. 



"One of them simply must be chaperoning!" 




Berry 
Black 
Blair 
Blakeney 



Blount 
Boackle 
Boler 
Bower 



Bowie 
Boyd 
Braaten 
Bradfield 



Bradley 
Brandon 
Breland 
Brenke 



Bright 
Brooks 
Broun 
Brown, N. 



Brown, R. 
Brown, S. 
Bryan 
Bufkin 



Bumpas 
Burford 
Burton 
Busby 





Byrd, B. A. 
Byrd, B. M. 
Calloway 
Carlson 



Carruth 
Casey 
Catledge 
Causey 



Caver 
Chaney 
Cheney 
Chunn 



Clark 
Cleveland 
Coddington 
Coker 



Coleman 
Copeland 
Corley 
Cowart 



Crawford 
Cronin 
Culley, B. 
Culley, C. 



Cunningham 
Curtis 
Dabbs 
Dangerfield 



UNDERGRADUATES 



FIRST ROW: 

Barbara Byrd, Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; Bethany 

Byrd, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson; Albert G. Calloway, 

Sophomore, Jackson; David I. Carlson, Freshman, 

Lumberton. 



FIFTH ROW; 

Aden Coleman, Sophomore, KD, Greenwood; Cecil 
Copeland, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; Mary Helen Cor- 
ley, Freshman, ChiO, Yazoo City; Joseph R. Cowart, 
Freshman, Lucedale. 



SECOND ROW: 

Mary Linda Carruth, Freshman, McComb; Dorothy Jack 
Casey, Freshman, West Point; Lodusca Catledge, Sopho- 
more, KD, Meridian; Lacy Causey, Freshman, PiKA, 
Magnolia. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Nancy Crawford, Junior, ChiO, Laurel; I. H. Cronin, 

Sophomore, Anaheim, California; Bud Culley, 

Freshman, KA, Jackson; Carol Culley, Junior, KD, 

Jackson. 



THIRD ROW: 

Patsy Caver, Sophomore, ChiO, Laurel; Betty Chaney, 
Freshman, BSO, Tupelo; Reynolds Cheney, Junior, KA, 
Jackson; Patricia Chunn, Sophomore, BSO, Jackson. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Rose Cunningham, Junior, ChiO, Tupelo; Hoyte Curtis, 
Freshman, BSO, Jackson; James R. Dabbs, Junior, Quit- 
man; Enoch Dangerfield, Junior, LXA, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 



FOURTH ROW; 

Elizabeth Ann Clark, Freshman, KD, Mount Olive; 
Betty Jane Cleveland, Freshman, KD, Jackson; John 
Coddington, Sophomore, LXA, Champaign, Illinois; 
Anne Coker, Freshman, Clarksdale. 



'We are Millsaps' top Students" 



'Enough lines to hang a week's wash 




UNDERGRADUATES 



FIRST ROW: 

Kay Davis, Junior, KD, Jackson; Sallie Anne Dement, 
Freshman, ChiO, Meridian; Larry Derryberry, Junior, 
Vicksburg; Kenneth Dew, Junior, PiKA, Jackson. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Mary Jo Edwards, Junior, BSO, Sunflower; Martha Egger, 
Freshman, Viking, Caledonia; Sylvia Elliott, Freshman, 
Phi Mu, Tylertown; Franz Epting, Freshman, Forest. 



SECOND ROW: 

Bettie Clare Diggs, Freshman, BSO, Lexington; Ann 
Dillard, Sophomore, Itta Bena; Ellen Dixon, Freshman, 
Vaughan; Nena Doiron, Sophomore, KD, Greenwood. 



SLXTH ROW: 

Jose' Espana, Freshman, LXA, Santa Ana, El Salvador, 
C.A.; Rebecca Evans, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Winona; 
James H. Everitt, Sophomore, KS, Prentiss; Virginia 
Everitt, Freshman, Vikings, Indianola. 



THIRD ROW: 

Diane Douglas, Sophomore, Brookhaven; Oscar Dowdle, 

Junior, PiKA, Greenville; Lloyd A. Doyle, Junior, 

Chicago, Illinois; Myrna Drew, Sophomore, BSO, 

Jackson. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Tommie Fanning, Sophomore, KA, Hickory; Leo A. 
Farmer, Freshman, KA, McComb; Jane Fatherree, 
Freshman, ChiO, West Point; Alpha Gene Fife, Fresh- 
man, Phi Mu, Vicksburg. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Betty Elaine Dyess, Junior, Vikings, Laurel; Betty Eakin, 
Sophomore, Thornton; Harris Eaton, Junior, Norsemen, 
Port Gibson; Janis Edgar, Junior, ChiO, Jackson. 



'Chlorophyll Soap, no doubt! 



'I am running on the Democratic Ticket 




Davis 
Dement 
Derryberry 
Dew 



Diggs 
Dillard 
Dixon 
Doiron 



Douglas 
Dowdle 
Doyle 
Drew 



Dyess 
Eakin 
Eaton 
Edgar 



Edwards 
Egger 
Elliott 
Epting 



Espana 
Evans 
Everitt, J. 
Everitt, V. 



Fanning 
Farmer 
Fatherree 
Fife 





Fincher 
Flint 
Forbes 
Ford, B. 



Ford, J. 
Foreman, A. 
Foreman, B. 
Fortenberry 



**ii4i 



Foster 
Foxworth 
Fraiser 
Franks 




Furr 
Gaddy 
Garst 
Gee 



Giffin 
Gill 

Gillis, D. 
Gillis, H. 



Gilmer 
Goff 
Graham 
Grauer 



Greener 
Griffis 
Grigsby 
Grisham 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 




FIRST ROW: 

Terry Fincher, Freshman, PiKA, Greenwood; Rosemary 

Flint, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; Judith Forbes, Freshman, 

ChiO, Jackson; Betty Bell Ford, Freshman, ChiO, Tay- 

lorsville. 



"Now in my younger days. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Yvonne Giffin, Freshman, ChiO, Louisville; Lady Nel- 
son Gill, Junior, Tunica; Cavis Gillis, Freshman, Norse- 
men, Philadelphia; Helen Gillis, Freshman, ChiO, 
Fayette. 



SECOND ROW: 

Jonah Ford, Sophomore, PiKA, Magnolia; Anne Fore- 
man, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Jackson; Barbara Foreman, 
Sophomore, KD, Webb; Lloyd Fortenberry, Freshman, 
PiKA, Columbia. 



THIRD ROW: 

Ann Foster, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson; Dick Foxworth, 
Junior, PiKA, Foxworth; Lacy Fraiser, Junior, PiKA, 
Little Rock, Arkansas; David Franks, Junior, KA, Jack- 
son. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Darby Gilmer, Sophomore, PiKA, Long Beach; Carolyn 
Goff, Junior, BSO, Kreole; Billy Graham, Sophomore, 
KA, Macon; Patricia Grauer, Sophomore, KD, Jackson 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Nick Greener, Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; Jimmie Griff is, 
Sophomore, PiKA, Yazoo City; Zoe Grigsby, Sopho- 
more, ChiO, Yazoo City; Roy Grisham, Sophomore, 
LXA, Cleveland. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Frances Furr, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; Carolyn Gaddy, 
Freshman, Flora; Lynette Garst, Freshman, ChiO, Jack- 
son; Jerre Gee, Sophomore, KD, Jackson. 



"The day we had the track meet" 




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"Burt wasn't very studious, was he 9 " 

FIRST ROW: 

Jeanette Gross, Sophomore, BSO, Tutwiler; Gloria Hal- 

bert, Freshman, Viking, Caledonia; Inge M. Halbert, 

Freshman, Caledonia; Graham Hales, Junior, KA, 

Jackson. 



SECOND ROW: 

Claudette Hall, Sophomore, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada; 
Ruth Ann Hall, Freshman, Vikings, Capleville, Tennes- 
see; Beverly Hamblin, Sophomore, KD, Jackson; John 
Hancock, Sophomore, PiKA, Meridian. 



THIRD ROW; 

Don Harder, Freshman, LXA, Jackson; Bill Hardin, 

Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; Carolyn Harpole, Sophomore, 

KD, Jackson; Kathryn Harris, Freshman, Longvies, 

Texas. 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



FIFTH ROW: 

Ann Hightower, Sophomore, ChiO, Webb; Joe Hinds, 
Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; Arthur W. Hodge, Freshman, 
LXA, Jackson; Bob Holiman, Freshman, Canton. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Frances Holland, Freshman, KD, Jackson; Allen Hollo - 

way, Junior, PiKA, Indianola; Gail Hood, Freshman, 

KD, Magee; Martha Ann Hopkins, Sophomore, KD, 

Gulfport. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Brooks Hudson, Junior, Norsemen, Shubuta; Angela 
Hughes, Junior, Pulaski, Tennessee; Anne Hupperich, 
Sophomore, Phi Mu, Jackson; Carolyn Hutchins, Sopho- 
more, Jackson. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Fay Harthcock, Sophomore, Eden; Harold Harvey, 
Freshman, LXA, Forest; Helen Hayes, Freshman, BSO, 
Canton; Cara Lloyd Hemphill, Junior, BSO, Jackson. 



"One of our student commuters!" 




WW 



Gross 

Halbert, G. 
Halbert, I. 
Hales 



Hall, C. 
Hall, R. A. 
Hamblin 
Hancock 



Harder 
Hardin 
Harpole 
Harris 



Harthcock 
Harvey 
Hayes 
Hemphill 



Hightower 
Hinds 
Hodge 
Holiman 



Holland 
Holloway 
Hood 
Hopkins 



Hudson 
Hughes 
Hupperich 
Hutchins 





4rfc4il 



Hyman 
Illk 

Ingram 
Ivey 



Jabour 
Jeanes 
Jeffrey 
Jeter 



Johnson 
Johnston, E. 
Johnston, H. 
Jones, F. 



Jones, H. 
Jones, S.L. 
Jones. S. 
Kelly, E. 



Kelly, T. 
Kern 
Kerr 
King, E. 



King, J. 
King, M.A. 
King, M.C. 
King, R. 



Knight 
Lamb 
Lambert 
Lampton 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



FIRST ROW: 

Lea Hyman, Sophomore, PiKA, Jackson; Mrs. Goldie 
C. Illk, Junior, Florence; James K. Ingram, Freshman, 
Jackson; Bobby R. Ivey, Freshman, Prichard, Alabama, 




fV- 



"Was it Coke in those bottles?" 

FIFTH ROW: 

Thomas Kelly, Freshman, KA, Jackson; Paul Kern, Jun- 
ior, KS, Morton; Billy Kerr, Freshman, PiKA, Green- 
wood; Eddie King, Sophomore, Norsemen, Vicksburg. 






SECOND ROW: 

Fred Jabour, Junior, Rolling Fork; William Jeanes, 

Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; Blythe Jeffrey, Sophomore, 

ChiO, Greenville; Marvin Jeter, Sophomore, LXA, West 

Point. 



THIRD ROW: 

Bill Johnson, Freshman, LXA, Jackson; Eddie Johnston, 
Freshman, Jackson; Hugh Johnston, Sophomore, PiKA, 
Vicksburg; Floyd Jones, Junior, Clinton. 



SLXTH ROW: 

Jack King, Junior, Ripley; Margie King, Sophomore, 
BSO, Grenada; Millicent King, Junior, BSO, Ackerman; 
Ralph King, Sophomore, Brookhaven. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Charles R. Knight, Sophomore, KA, Hazlehurst; Walter 
Jean Lamb, Junior Oxford; Joe Lambert, Freshman, Nat- 
chez; Bob Lampton, Freshman, Tylertown. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Howard Jones, Sophomore, LXA, Jackson; Sam Jones, 

Junior, LXA, Jackson; Sarah Jones, Sophomore, KD, 

Nashville, Tennessee; Eugenia Kelly, Junior, Vikings, 

Forest. 



'Tea Time for some of the campus lovelies" 




THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 




"Livesay was here! " 



FIRST ROW: 

Ruth Land, Freshman, KD, Jackson; Betty Landfair, 
Junior, Phi Mu, Jackson; Brack Lange, Freshman, PiKA, 
Jackson; Miriam Langley, Freshman, Jackson. 



SECOND ROW: 

Becky Larche, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; Douglas Lay, 
Sophomore, KA, Jackson; Hyun Lee, Junior, Norsemen, 
Seoul, Korea; Young C. Lee, Sophomore, Seoul, Korea. 



THIRD ROW: 

Annette Leshe, Sophomore, Vikings, Yazoo City; Susie 
Lipsey, Sophomore, ChiO, Brookhaven; Henrietta Little- 
ton, Freshman, Inverness; Jan Loflin, Freshman, Star. 



FOURTH ROW: 

John Hamitton Long, Freshman, Hazlehurst; Buddy Lovett, 
Freshamn, LXA, Morton; Gadi Lum, Jr. , Junior, KS, 
Jackson; R. W. McCarley, Junior, Ruleville. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Jim McCarty, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; Mac Mc- 
Clenahan, Freshman, PiKA, Indianola; Joe McCluskey, 
Sophomore, SAE, Eupora; Margaret McCorkle, Sopho- 
more, BSO, Canton. 



SLXTH ROW: 

Jimmy McCormick, Junior, LXA, Jackson; Charleene 

McCrary, Freshman, Byhalia; Max McDaniel, Junior, 

KA, Jackson; John McEachin, Sophomore, PiKA, 

Grenada. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Don McGregor, Sophomore, Meridian; Elise Mcintosh, 
Freshman, ChiO, Collins; Jane Mclnvale, Freshman, 
KD, Laurel; Ed McKaskel, Freshman, Natchez. 



"But, Mother, it's only gingerale. 




Land 
Landfair 
Lange 
Langley 



Larche 
Lay 

Lee, H. 
Lee, Y. 



Leshe 
Lipsey 
Littleton 
Loflin 



Long 
Lovett 
Lum 
McCarley 



McCarty 
McClenahan 
McCluskey 
McCorkle 



McCormick 
McCrary 
McDaniel 
McEachin 



McGregor 
Mcintosh 
Mclnvale 
McKaskel 





McNair 
McNease 
McNeill 
McQueen 



McRaney 
Madole 
Maley 
Manning 



Martin, B. 
Martin, J. 
Mayfield 
Mellen 



Merchant 
Merrell 
Millender 
Miller, B. 



Miller, C. 

Miller, D. 

Miller, H. D. 

Miller, H. 



Miller, S, 
Mills 
Mims 
Mize 



Mizelle 
Moffat 

Montgomery, B. 
Montgomery, M. 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 




FIRST ROW; 

Tom McNair, Sophomore, KA, Jackson; Marilyn Mc- 
Nease, Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; Marylyn McNeill, 
Junior, Vikings, Mendenhall; James McQueen, Fresh- 
man, PiKA, Natchez. 



SECOND ROW: 

Gwendolyn McRaney, Sophomore, Lumberton; Wynona 
Madole, Freshman, Greenwood; Dick Maley, Freshman, 
KA, Jackson; Claire Manning, Sophomore, Phi Mu, 
New Orleans. 



THIRD ROW: 

Bob Martin, Freshman, Florence; June Martin, Junior, 

Vikings, Madison; Mary Elizabeth Mayfield, Junior, 

BSO, Carthage; Arthur Mellen, Freshman, PiKA, 

Jackson. 



"But I only had one date with Abraham!" 

FIFTH ROW: 

Charles Miller, Freshman, Glen Allan; Danye Miller, 
Junior, Vikings, Woodville; Hal Miller, Junior, PiKA, 
Jackson; Hamp Miller, Freshman, KA, Jackson. 



SLXTH ROW: 

Sandra Miller, Junior, Greenwood; Noel Mills, Sopho- 
more, KA, Jackson; Robert Mims, Junior, PiKA, Jack- 
son; Ed Mize, Sophomore, KS, Jackson. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Jerry Mizelle, Freshman, PiKA, Natchez; Curtis Moffat, 
Junior, Jackson; Ben Byron Montgomery, Sophomore, 
KA, Fayette; Mary Frances Montgomery, Sophomore, 
ChiO, Laurel. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Rose Marie Merchant, Sophomore, Jackson; "W.H. Mer- 
rell, Junior, KS, Jackson; Frank Ray Millender, Fresh- 
man, Jackson; Betty Miller, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson. 



"The varsity surely did need uniforms. 





"It's mine and you aren't going to get it. " 

FIRST ROW: 

Ray H. Montgomery, Sophomore, Canton; Mary Louise 
Moore, Freshman, ChiO, Vicksburg; Terry Moore, Jun- 
ior, KS, Indianola; Gail Moorhead, Sophomore, Viking, 
Vicksburg. 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



FIFTH ROW: 

Dyane Nelson, Freshman, KD, New Iberia, La. ; Ernie 
Lee Nelson, Freshman, Viking, Moss Point; Jimmie 
Newell, Sophomore, LXA, Meridian; Nancy Neyman, 
Freshman, Greenville. 



SECOND ROW: 

John D. Morgan, Sophomore, Sumrall; Kay Morris, 
Freshman, Phi Mu, Hattiesburg; James T. Morrow, 
Junior, Norsemen, Jackson; Bill Rush Mosby, Jr. , Fresh- 
man, LXA, Meridian. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Elaine Nicholson, Freshman, Phi Mu, Hollandale; Ilah 
Mae Nicholas, Junior, Crenshaw; Linda Noble, Fresh- 
man, Phi Mu, Jackson; Will Noblin, Freshman, PiKA, 
lackson. 



THIRD ROW: 

Yvonne Moss, Junior, KD, Tchula; Sue Mozingo, Fresh- 
man, ChiO, Jackson; William Mullens, III, KA, Macon; 
Fred Allen Murphree, Freshman, Verona. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Jim O'Brien, Freshman, Jackson; Miriam O'Ferrall, 
Freshman, KD, Jackson; Wendy Olmstead, Freshman, 
KD, Greenwood; Beth O'Neil, Junior, Vicksburg. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Ann Myers, Sophomore, KD, Greenwood; Joyce Nail, 
Sophomore, KD, Jackson; Dot Nash, Sophomore, 
Cleveland; Tommy Naylor, Sophomore, LXA, Jackson. 



"I'll take that one !' 



ao 




Montgomery, R. 
Moore, M. 
Moore, T. 
Moorhead 



Morgan 
Morris 
Morrow 
Mosby 



Moss 
Mozingo 
Mullins 
Murphree 



Myers 
Nail 
Nash 
Naylor 



Nelson, D. 
Nelson, E. 
Newell 

Neyman 



Nicholson 
Nicholas 
Noble 
Noblin 



O'Brien 
O'Ferrall 

Olmstead 
O'Neil 






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Parent 
Peacock 
Perry, N. 
Perry, P. 



Petermann 
Philley 
Phillips 
Pickett 



Pilley 
Piper 
Pleasants 
Pool 



Porter 
Portera 
Potter 
Potts 



Pou 

Presley 
Price 
Prichard 



Priest 
Pullen 
Raidt 
Rainey 



Ratcliff 
Reed 
Reilly 
Reynolds 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



FIRST ROW: 

Rosemary Parent, Freshman, Vikings, Gulfport; Nancy 
Peacock, Junior, KD, Kosciusko; Nita Perry, Junior, 
KD, Memphis, Tenn. ; Peggy Perry, Sophomore, Phi 
Mu, Louin. 



SECOND ROW: 

Jackie Petermann, Freshman, Jackson; John Calvin 
Philley, Junior, PiKA, Indianola; Dee Phillips, Sopho- 
more, ChiO, Yazoo City; Imogene Pickett, Junior, 
Utica. 



THIRD ROW: 

Kay Pilley, Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; Gay Piper, 

Freshman, PhiMu, Macon, Ga. ; Mary Frances Pleasants, 

Freshman, ChiO, Macon; Jack Pool, Freshman, PiKA, 

Natchez. 




"Very abstract, isn't it?" 

FIFTH ROW: 

Wendell Pou, Freshman, Laurel; Lillian Presley, Sopho- 
more, Natchez; Mary Charles Price, Freshman, ChiO, 
Jackson; Ann Prichard, Sophomore, ChiO, Lula. 



SLXTH ROW: 

Kathleen Priest, Sophomore, Woodville; Jeanette Pullen, 
Junior, KD, Kosciusko; Marion W. Reily Raidt, Fresh- 
man, Jackson; Billy Rainey, Freshman, KA, Macon. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Jeannette Ratcliff, Sophomore, ChiO, Vicksburg; Nancy 

Reed, Freshman, KD, Jackson; Helen Reilly, Sophomore, 

ChiO, Jackson; Carolyn Reynolds, Sophomore, KD, 

Greenwood. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Joe Lee Porter, Freshman, KA, Jackson; Joseph Portera, 

Freshman, West Point; John Potter, Freshman, PiKA, 

Jackson; Bobbie Jean Potts, Freshman, Vikings, Olive 

Branch. 



"But I'm sure we'll get extra curricular hours. 





THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



"And speaking of girls " 

FIRST ROW: 

William W. Rhymes, Jr. , Sophomore, LXA, Crystal 
Springs; Daphne Richardosn, Junior, Vikings, Grenada; 
Louise Riddell, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Doddsville; Martina 
Riley, Junior, KD, Jackson. 

SECOND ROW: 

Son Seung Rin, Sophomore, Norseman, Seoul, Korea; 
Patsy Robbins, Freshman, Jackson; Mary Nell Roberts, 
Sophomore, BSO, Onward; Sam L. Roberts, Jr. , Fresh- 
man, Liberty. 

THIRD ROW: 

Geraldine Robinette, Freshman, Greenwood; Stuart 
Robinson, Freshman, KA, Jackson; Jean Roten, Sopho- 
more, BSO, Ripley; Jean Rouse, Junior, ChiO, Poplar- 
ville. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Kermit Scott, Sophomore, PiKA, Leland; Sam Scott, 

Freshman, KS, Sledge; Wayne Scott, Freshman, LXA, 

Jackson; Ray Screws, Sophomore, Norseman, Holly 

Bluff. 

SLXTH ROW: 

Ethyl Shapley, Freshman, Phi Mu, Dallas, Texas; Kay 
Shelton, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; Leslie Shelton, Jun- 
ior, KA, Jackson; Mitzi Shelton, Junior, Phi Mu, 
Winona. 

SEVENTH ROW: 

Mary Sherrod, Freshman, Phi Mu, Jackson; Robert 

Sherrod, Freshman, Jackson; Donna Shipp, Freshman, 

Trezevant, Tenn. ; Marianna Simmons, Junior, BSO, 

McComb. 



FOURTH ROW: 

James P. Rush, Freshman, Lake; Edwin Earl Sallis, 
Sophomore, PiKA, Ackerman; Joyce Saulters, Freshman, 
Prentiss; Sylvia Schrock, Junior, ChiO, Goodman. 

"Which Safari was this, Tomato '] 




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Rhymes 
Richardson 
Riddell 
Riley 



Rin 

Robbins 
Roberts, M. 
Roberts, S. 



Robinette 
Robinson 
Roten 
Rouse 



Rush 
Sallis 
Saulters 
Schrock 



Scott, K. 
Scott, S. 
Scott, W. 
Screws 



Shapley 
Shelton K. 
Shelton L. 
Shelton M. 



Sherrod, M. 
Sherrod, R. 
Shipp 
Simmons 









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Sledge 
Smith, C.E. 
Smith, C. 
Smith, J.D. 



Smith, M. 

Smith, M, A. 
Smith 

Smith, P. 



Smith 

Smith, R.L. 
Smith 
Sojourner 



Sowell, B. 
Sowell, R. 
Sparkman 
Starnes, A. 



Starnes, D, 
Starnes, L. 
Stellwagon 
Stewart 



Stewart, E. 
Stoker 
Stone 
Stone, J.H. 



Stovall 
Swann 
Swindull 
Sylvester 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



FIRST ROW: 

Homer Sledge, Freshman, Cleveland; Carolyn E. Smith, 
Sophomore, Phi Mu, Vicksburg; Clara Smith, Fresh- 
man, Phi Mu, Natchez; Jane Duvall Smith, Freshman, 
BSO, Amory. 



SECOND ROW: 

Marilyn Smith, Freshman, BSO, Jackson; Martha Ann 
Smith, Junior, BSO, Jackson; Patricia R. Smith, Fresh- 
man, BSO, McComb; Perrin Smith, Freshman, LXA, 
Jackson. 



THIRD ROW: 

Robert C. Smith, Junior, KA, Jackson; Robert Ludwig 
Smith, Junior, PiKA, Holly Springs; Suanna Smith, 
ChiO, Freshman, El Dorado, Ark.; Parker Sojourner, 
Sophomore, LXA, Crystal Springs. 




"But Tina, I had a three point!" 

FIFTH ROW: 

Dorothy Starnes, Junior, ADPi, Jackson; Lillian Starnes, 
Freshman, ChiO, Utica; June Stellwagon, Sophomore, 
ChiO, Verona; Barry Stewart, Junior, PiKA, Batesville. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Edward Stewart, Junior, PiKA, Jackson; Shirley Stoker, 
Freshman, Grenada; Clyde Michael Stone, Freshman, 
Shannon; John H. Stone, Sophomore, LXA, Jackson. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Russell Stovall, Sophomore, PiKA, Magnolia; Barbara 
Swann, Junior, ChiO, Jackson; Johnnie Marie Swindull, 
Junior, Viking, Prichard, Ala. ; Jeannette Sylvester, 
Sophomore, Viking, Jackson. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Bob Sowell, Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; Roy Sowell, 
Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; Mary Gray Sparkman, Jun- 
ior, KD, Macon; Alice Starnes, Junior, ChiO, Utica. 

"Why we call Albert scoop. 




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"Only one weekend for this honeymoon!" 

FIRST ROW: 

Annie Vivien Taylor, Freshman, Ocean Springs; John 
Robert Taylor, Freshman, PiKA, Union; Rosa Taylor, 
Sophomore, Raymond; Barbara Ann Thomas, Junior, 
KD, Jackson. 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 



FIFTH ROW: 

Larry Tynes, Junior, Webb; Teenie Underhill, Sopho- 
more, Phi Mu, Memphis, Tenn. ; Cy Vance, Sopho- 
more, Itta Bena; James Vaughan, Jr., Sophomore, 
Amory. 



SECOND ROW: 

Hugh Ogden Thorns, Jr., Sophomore, KA, Richton; 
Roger M. Thompson, Sophomore, Kosciusko; Helen 
Thorne, Freshman, ChiO, Holly Springs; Keith Tonkel, 
Sophomore, Norseman, Clemont, Florida. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Harriet Ventress, Sophomore, Phi Mu, Jackson; Nancy 

Vines, Sophomore, KD, Jackson; Glenda Wadsworth, 

Freshman, Jackson; Billy L. Walker, Freshman, LXA, 

Jackson. 



THIRD ROW: 

Sam Tomlinson, Sophomore, LXA, Jackson; Betty Gail 
Trapp, Sophomore, ChiO, Tupelo; Jane Travis, Sopho- 
more, Magnolia; Donald G. Triplett, Junior, LXA, 
Forest. 



SEVENTH ROW: 

Laurene Walker, Freshman, KD, Greenwood; Summer 
Walters, Junior, KA, Jackson; James M. Walton, Junior, 
KA, Jackson; Brister Ware, Sophomore, LXA, Jackson. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Hazel Truluck, Sophomore, KD, Port Gibson; Jo-Ann 
Tucker, Sophomore, BSO, Jackson; Bill Tull, Freshman, 
KA, Jackson; Bobby Tullos, Sophomore, LXA, Louis- 
ville. 



'If you'd only use your potential. 




Taylor, A. 
Taylor, J. 
Taylor, R. 
Thomas 



Thorns 
Thompson 
Thorne 
Tonkel 



Tomlinson 
Trapp 
Travis 
Triplet: 



Truluck 
Tucker 
Tull 
Tullos 



Tynes 
Underhill 
Vance 
Vaughan 



Ventress 
Vines 
Wadsworth 
Walker 



Walker 
Walters 
Walton 
Ware 





Ware, C. 
Warren 
Watkins 
Webb 



Weedy 
Weissinger 
Welch 
Wesley 



Wesson 
West 
Whaley 
Wheeless 



Whitaker 
White 
Wiener 
Willetts 



Williams, D. 
Williams, E. 
Williams, R. 
Willoughby, R. 



Wilson 

Wilson, W.T. 
Wimberly 
Winstead 



Wixon 
Wolfe 
Wolford 
Wood 



THE 
UNDERGRADUATES 




"Which one will the fountain bless?" 



FIRST ROW: 

Clifton Ware, Freshman, PiKA, Jackson; Pat Warren, 
Sophomore, Phi Mu, Prentiss; Merrimen Watkins, Junior, 
LXA, Jackson; Barbara Webb, Freshman, Jackson. 



FIFTH ROW: 

Donald Williams, Sophomore, Carthage; Edwin Wil- 
liams, Sophomore, PiKA, Belzoni; Rebecca Williams, 
Freshman, West Point; Ronald P. Willoughby, Freshman, 
Columbia. 



SECOND ROW: 

James Edward Weedy, Freshman, KA, Magnolia; John 
Weissinger, Freshman, Cary; Charlene Welch, Sopho- 
more, KD, Jackson; Bob Wesley, Junior, LXA, Poplar- 
ville. 



THIRD ROW: 

Ray Wesson, Freshman, McComb; Frances West, Sopho- 
more, Corpus Christi, Texas; Eddie Whaley, Freshman, 
Tupelo; Susan Wheeless, Freshman, ChiO, Jackson. 



FOURTH ROW: 

Clyde Whitaker, Junior, PiKA, Batesville; Patty Jean 
White, Junior, Pelahatchie; Robert Wiener, Sophomore, 
Jackson; Tom Willetts, Sophomore, LXA, Clinton. 



SIXTH ROW: 

Jo Ann Wilson, Freshman, Phi Mu, Inverness; William 
T. Wilson, Sophomore, Itta Bena; John Wimberly, 
Sophomore, LXA, Jackson; H.G. Winstead, Freshman, 
Norsemen, Burns. 



SEVENTH ROW; 

Edna Gail Wixon, Sophomore, Cruger; Roy Wolfe, Jun- 
ior, Meridian; Martha Ann Wolford, Junior, Phi Mu 
Columbus; Marilyn Wood, Sophomore, KD, Tupelo. 



'But we can't rush him, he's a Yankee" 





Woodrick 
Wynn 





Woodruff 
Yeagley 



Woods 



Woodward 
Yerger 



Wright 
Young 



THE UNDERGRADUATES 



FIRST ROW: 

James R. Woodrick, Junior, Meridian; Jane Wood- 
ruff, Freshman, Jackson; Gilbert Woods, Freshman, 
LXA, Greenville; Sue Yerger, Freshman, BSO, 
Louisville; Juanita Wright, Junior, Vikings, Verona. 



SECOND ROW: 

Patricia Wynn, Freshman, BSO, Goodman; Barbara 

Yeagley, Freshman, KD, Jackson; Fred Woodward, 

Junior, KA, Jackson, Helen Young, Junior, Vikings, 

Tchula. 



'Thirty minutes before exams' 




UNDERGRADUATES NOT PICTURED 



Bobby Ainsworth, Jackson 

Ezra Alexander, Jackson 

Joan Anderson, Woodville 

George Andrews, LXA, Clarksdale 

William Ates, KS, Crystal Springs 

Clyde Ballard, KS, Jackson 

Henry Banes, Value 

William Banks, Jackson 

Ray Bardin, Jackson 

Fred Belk, KS, Holly Springs 

Vernon Berbette, KS, Jackson 

Grover Berry, Jackson 

Betty Berryhill, Jackson 

Wayne Black, Jackson 

George Bonner, KS, Jackson 

Catherine Boone, Jackson 

Patsy Boyd, DeWitt, Ark. 

Mrs. Carl Brannon, Jackson 

Gay Brantley, Meridian 

William Brent, PhiDT, Jackson 

Charles Brewer, Waynesboro 

Bill Brown, KA, Jackson 

John Brown, ATO, Iuka 

Jack Brunt, Jackson 

Robert Bryant, KS, Crystal Springs 

William Burley, TKE, Jackson 

Cecil Burnham, Jackson 

Daisey Calhoun, Columbia 

Helen Sue Callahan, Phi Mu, Jackson 

Seisel Campbell, Bolton 

Floyd Carey, Richton 

Henry Carney, LXA, Crystal Springs 

Fred Carr, Jackson 

John Carter, KS, Jackson 

James Case, Jackson 

John Case, Vicksburg 

Carl Causey, KS, Liberty 

Beverly Jo Cauthen, Jackson 

Woods Cavett, KS, Jackson 

Clyde Clark, Jackson 

Betty Jane Cleveland, KD, Jackson 

Mrs. Mary Colbert, Pickens 

James Collette, KS, Jackson 

Charles Cole, PiKA, Philadelphia 

Brinson Conerly, Jackson 

Dugger Cook, Jackson 

Cecil Copeland, KA, Jackson 

Spiro Cora, Lexington 

Ted Cottrell, Park Ridge, Illinois 

John Craig, Jackson 

DeWitt Crawford, SAE, Louisville 



James Crawford, Jackson 

Irvin Cronin, Jackson 

Dudley Culley, KA, Jackson 

Gene Davidson, Pope 

Thomas Davidson, Jackson 

Billy Davis, Jackson 

Frank Davis, Jackson 

Amy Dean, Jackson 

William DeWees, Jackson 

Theo Dinkins, Canton 

Calliope Dorizas, Jackson 

Fred Dowling, Jackson 

Wallace Dreher, Jackson 

Jack Dubard, Grenada 

James Durrett, Jackson 

Radford DuBois, Yazoo City 

Boyd Eagle, Jackson 

Bobby Ellis, Jackson 

James Ervin, KS, Crystal Springs 

Frank Evans, Jackson 

Ben Fairchild, Meridian 

Alice Ferguson, Nashville, Tennessee 

George Fleming, Puckett 

Deward Fountain, Jackson 

Bobby Franklin, Jackson 

Joseph Franklin, Jackson 

Vernon Freeman, Mobile, Alabama 

Arlene Fuller, Jackson 

Stewart Gammill, PiKA, Jackson 

Walter Garner, KA, Grenada 

Robert Gentry, Vossburg 

Tommy Gilbert, Flowood 

Roy Givens, Vicksburg 

Ted Gowdy, Canton 



"Stylus paid quite well this year' 







UNDERGRADUATES 



John Green, KA, Jackson 

William Griffith, KS, Jackson 

Marlin Grimes, PiKA, Greenwood 

Mary Guin, Vikings, Columbus 

James Gulledge, KS, Crystal Springs 

Nancy Hannaford, Jackson 

Ray Hannah, KS, Morton 

Mrs. Ora Harris, Jackson 

Paul Harrington, Jackson 

Harold Harvey, Forest 

Virgil Hayes, KA, Canton 

Freida Hayes, Canton 

Herman Heath, Meridian 

T.J. Hewitt, Jackson 

John Hester, Jackson 

Robert Herrington, Hazlehurst 

Newt Harrison, KS, New Albany 

John Hetrick, Ocean Springs 

Patricia Hewlett, Madison, New York 

Ann Hightower, ChiO, Webb 

Charles Hill, Brandon 

William Hill, Grenada 

Robert Hinkley, Big Spring, Texas 

Ben Hinton, Richton 

James Hodges, Sharon 

Bruce Hodges, Jackson 

Curtis Holladay, Newton 

Bobby Holloman, Jackson 

James Hood, Lambert 

Paul Horn, Philipp 

James Hudson, KS, Morton 

Mrs. Theo Inman, Jackson 

Landrith Jarrell, Jackson 

Fulton Johnson, West Point 

Samuel Johnson, Jackson 

"Must be a list of library rules. 




Sargeant Johns, Jackson 

Leonard Jordan, Jackson 

Leonard Josey, Jackson 

Cyril Kelly, Jackson 

William Kelly, KA, Jackson 

Elizabeth Kenman, Jackson 

William Kennedy, Jackson 

John King, Jackson 

Marguerita Krestensen, Ponte Vedera Beach, Florida 

Mrs. Jo Ann Laird, Florence 

Earl Langford, Vicksburg 

Martha Langford, Jackson 

Hubert Laseter, Jackson 

Thad Leggett, KA, Magnolia 

Mrs. Eddie Lewis, Jackson 

Kenneth Linder, Natchez 

Don Lisle, PiKA, Greenwood 

Billy Livingston, Leland 

Bobby Livingston, Leland 

Russell Long, Jackson 

Lewis Lord, KA, Natchez 

Charles Lowe, KS, Winona 

John Lowery, KS, McComb 

Richard Lybarger, Chicago, Illinois 

Jack McDonald, Monroe, Louisville 

Elmer Mclntyre, KS, Jackson 

Bill McKell, KA, Jackson 

Sylvia McLeod, Jackson 

James McMullin, Jackson 

Richard McMurray, LXA, Jackson 

Marilyn McNease, Phi Mu, Jackson 

William McNeill, Vicksburg 

William MacDonald, Chicago Heights, Illinois 

Robert Maddox, Jackson 

William Manning, Jackson 

Gerald Marsales, Meridian 

Janie Mashburn, Raymond 

Mrs. Pauling May, Jackson 

Erl Mehearg, Jackson 

William Miles, Collinsville 

James Miller, Kosciusko 

Margaret Miller, ChiO, Lynbrook, New York 

Rachael Miller, Jackson 

John Mills, Macon 

Nina Mitzellestou, Jackson 

Halbert Moncrief, Brookhaven 

Ellis Moffitt, Jackson 

Ella Jean Moore, Iuka 

William Moore, Pocahontas 

Cynthia Morse, Gulfport 

William Morse, Jackson 

Lynda Munson, Mendenhall 



NOT PICTURED 



John W. Murphy, Jackson 

Robert William, Naef, Jackson 

Edgar Hubbard Nation, Jackson 

Charles Warren Nicholson, Benton 

Coy Lee Nicholson, Jackson 

Frank Lynn O'Keefe, Jackson 

Ross M. Olson, Jackson 

Charles Grady Pace, Jackson 

Marian Painter, Pascagoula 

Kenneth D. Parks, PiKA, Sledge 

Ida Gertrude Patrick, Jackson 

Robert Hudson Patterson, LXA, Jackson 

Lillard D. Pepper, Jackson 

DeWitt Clinton Peteet, Greenwood 

Peggy Ann Peterson, PhiM, Jackson 

Jane C. Pickering, ChiO, Hazlehurst 

David H. Phares, KA, Jackson 

Richard E. Phares, KA, Jackson 

Paul D. Porter, Jackson 

Lucy C. Price, Jackson 

Donald E. Quinnelly, Jackson 

Charles G. Purifoy, KS, Greenwood 

Joe Hubert Rankin, Mendenhall 

Mack W. Reeves, Jackson 

Paul James Register, KA, Jackson 

Frederick W. Renfro, PiKA, Jackson 

William M. Rigby, PiKA, Madison 

Sedley James Robertson, Jackson 

William Emory Rose, Jr. , Leland 

William Earl Rowsey, DeSoto 

Clifton Lee Rushing, KS, Cleveland 

Mrs. N.A. Salvo, Jackson 

Tex Sherwood Sample, Brookhaven 

Peggy Jo Sanford, Vikings, Jackson 

Delma Otto Saxon, Jackson 

Edmond Earl Seals, Jackson 

William Morris Selby, Charleston 

Clarence Moore Shannon, Richton 

Lawrence H. Shepherd, Columbia 

William Prestwood Simmons, Meridian 

Laverne O. Smith, Norsemen, Picayune 

Louise Stewart Smith, Jackson 

Mildred J. Smith, Brookhaven 

Mrs. J.S. Smith, Jackson 

Song Rin Song, Seoul, Korea 

Shirley C. Stanton, ChiO, Macon 

Leonard B. Steel, Jackson 

Hubert Arthur Stoley, LXA, Jackson 

Alfred Paul Statham, KS, Jackson 

Robert A. Sturdivant, KA, Columbia 

Donald Milton Taft, Jackson 



Jack A. Taylor, KS, Greenwood 

John Phil Taylor, Jr. , Prichard, Alabama 

Ear] Tillman Thomas, Jr. , Jackson 

John E. Thomas, Woodville 

Wilbur D. Thompson, Jackson 

Freida W. Thrash, Jackson 

Lilly Foy Toney, Jackson 

Guy Carlton Traylor, Jackson 

Rodney Faser Triplett, LXA, Louisville 

Frank H. Tucker, Jr. , KS, Jackson 

Richard J. Vinci, St. Francisville, Louisiana 

Carolyn S. Vought, Jackson 

Jim L. Waits, Hattiesburg 

William C. Wall, Jr., Jackson 

Laura Mae Wallace, Jackson 

Herbert A. Ward, Jr., Jackson 

Francis B. Watkins, ChiO, Jackson 

Clifton L. Webb, Jackson 

John T. Webb, Philadelphia 

Robert A. Weems, KS, Jackson 

Kennard W. Wellons, KA, Jackson 

Otho A. Wells, Jr., KS, Jackson 

Robert B. Wesley, LXA, Poplarville 

John W. West, Jackson 

Rheba S. Westerfield, PhiMu, Mendenhall 

Milton J. Whatley, Carrollton 

Clifton C. Whitlock, Meridian 

Jeanette Wilkins, ChiO, Yazoo City 

Don G. Williams, KS, Bogalusa, Louisiana 

Jon E. Williams, KA, McComb 

Thomas J. Wills, Gulfport 

James W. Wood, Jackson 

Jerry Yeager, Jackson 

Mark C. Yerger, KA, Jackson 

John B. Younger, KS, Winona 



'And he told me the same thing. . 





RICHARD R. MALEY 



IN MEMORIAM 

RICHARD R. MALEY 

—GOD BE WITH YOU 'TIL WE MEET AGAIN — 



This space in our annual is dedicated to one of our students who was called to 
higher service on November 5, 1955. Its purpose is to pay tribute to one who was 
taken from us as he stood on the threshold of manhood. In no way could any amount 
of space on paper compensate for the vacancy which his death left in the hearts and 
minds of his friends and relatives. 

The Christian beliefs that are ours teach us that "All things work together for 
good for those that love the Lord." Though life is strange and death even stranger, 
we must realize that there is a purpose in every act of God. With this in mind we 
must continue to face life in all of its reality and look forward to the day when we 
will be in the presence of this comrade and companion who has gone on before us. 

Dick Maley will always be remembered, admired, and loved by all those who 
knew him at Millsaps College. 



rtctiv£tie& 






SEATED: Greener, Westerfield, Loflin, Walley, Whitfield, Elliott, Jackson. 
STANDING: Causey, Smith, Lowe, Upton, Tines, Cheney, Abraham, Polk, Johnston. 



STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARD 



OFFICERS 

President N.R. Walley 

Vice-President Jack Loflin 

Secretary-Treasurer . Margaret Whitfield 



MEMBERS 



Fred Abraham 
Lacy Causey 
Reynolds Cheney 
John Hubbard 
Burton Jackson 
Hugh Johnston 
Charlotte Elliott 
Emily Greener 
Jack Loflin 



Foster Lowe 
Hiram Polk 
Laverne Smith 
Barry Stewart 
Larry Tines 
Ed Upton 
N.R. Walley 
Claudette Westerfield 
Margaret Whitfield 




STYLUS 

Reynolds Cheney . . . Editor 
Hiram Polk . . Business Manager 
Mrs. Marguerite Goodman 
Mr. Paul D. Hardin 
Miss Mildred Morehead 
Dr. M. C. White 

Stylus contains the works of 
students who have demonstrated 
outstanding literary ability. It is 
publishedsemi-annual ly and shows 
the type of writing that may some- 
day be useful in later life. 



PICTURED: Miss Morehead, Polk, Cheney, Mr. Hardin, Dr. 
White. 



WOMEN'S COUNCIL 



THIRD ROW: Nancy Martin, Pat Chun, Ella Jean Moore, Miss Morehead, Boots Carpenter. SECOND 
ROW: Helen Maddox, Myra Fisher, Edna Wixon, Gerry Beadle, Walter Jean Lamb, Norma Brown. 
SEATED: Danye Miller, Mrs. Cooper, Clara Booth, Eugenia Kelley, Ann McShane. 








SEATED: Westerfield, Whitfield, Upton, Cheney, Boackle, Allen. 
STANDING: Anding, Rouse, Bergmark, Wroten. 



CHRISTIAN 
COUNCIL 

MEMBERS 
Ed Upton, President 
Reynolds Cheney, Vice-President 
Margaret Whitfield, Secretary-Treasurer 
Carolyn Allen 
Reba Boackle 
Tommie Price 
Jean Rouse 
Claudette Westerfield 

FACULTY ADVISORS 
Rev. Robert Anding 
R.E. Bergmark 
Dr. J.D. Wroten, Jr. 



The Christian Council is composed of representatives of the various Denomina- 
tional groups of the campus. Its purpose is to achieve harmony between the various 
groups and to demonstrate the work that can be done when such a harmony exists . 

Women's Christian Workers brings together girls interested in full time Christian 
work. Here they are helped in securing guidance, inspiration, and fellowship while 
they render service. 



W.C. W. 

MEMBERS 
Mary Carolyn Allen, President 
Carolyn Justine Allen 
Gerre Beadle 
Betty Eakin 
Ruth Ann Hall 
Helen Hayes 
Carolyn Holloway 
Eugenia Kelly 
Millicent King 
Acka Lewis 
Edna Wixon 

FACULTY ADVISOR 
Mrs. R.R. Priddy 



STANDING: Hayes, Kelly, Lewis, Hall, Holloway, Allen. 
SEATED: Wixon, Beadle, King, Allen, Mrs. Priddy, Eakin. 




** * PS. v jA- 



THE PLAYERS 



The Players includes all students who work on the brilliant productions of Mr . Lance 
Goss and Co. This year "Cyrano de Bergerac," "The Rainmaker," and "Come Back, Little 
Sheba" were the highlights of the stage. 

Besides the main productions, one-act plays were directed by Burton Jackson, Walter Ely, 
and Karen Gilfoy. These were "On Monday Next," "In the Narrow Place," and "East 
Lynne" respectively. 

Alpha Psi Omega sponsors these productions in conjunction with The Players. Grease 
paint, late hours, and expensive costumes are characteristic of all productions. However, 
TheMillsaps Players have yet to do a "hammy" show, and all students usually survive with- 
out the expected ulcers, insanity, and mass rebellion. Through the sweat and strain of it 
all Lance Goss manages, along with the others, to keep some amount of self-composure 
and dignity. 





EDITORIAL 
Editor . . . 
Associate Editor 
Associate Editor 
Class Editor . 
Class Editor . 
Activities Editor 
Activities Editor 
Feature Editor 
Sports Editor . 
Sports Editor . 
Organizations Editor 
Socials Editor 
Socials Editor 
Art Editor . . 
Snapshot Editor 
Photography Editor 



1956 



STAFF 

Bill Lampton 

. Hiram Polk 

.Claire King 

Nena Doiron 

Oscar Dowdle 

. Pat Warren 

Billy Walker 

. Jerre Gee 

Eddie Williams 

. Foster Lowe 

Lillian Starnes 

.Peggy Perry 

Elwyn Addkison 

Barbara Foreman 

. . Hal Miller 

A.N. Williamson 



EDITOR BILL LAMPTON 



SEATED: King, Lampton, Polk. 

STANDING: Lowe, Williams, Upton, Addkison, Warren, Doiron, 
Miller, Foreman, Dowdle, Walker. 




BOBASHELA 



BUSINESS STAFF 
Business Manager . Burton Jackson 

Assistant Manager . . . Reynolds Cheney 
Carolyn Allen 
Mary Elizabeth Burton 
Alice Ferguson 
Graham Hales 
Sidney Hill 
Sarah Jones 
Miriam Langley 
Gene Ann Lauchley 
Louise Riddell 
Martina Riley 
Shirley Stoker 
Hazel Truluck 
Teenie Underhill 
Claudette Westerfield 




' 4 I 

BUSINESS MANAGER BURTON JACKSON 



SEATED: Truluck, Jones, Jackson, Riley, Ferguson. 
STANDING: Stoker, Burton, Hill, Underhill, Riddell. 





EDITORIAL STAFF 



PURPLE AND WHITE 



HENRY CARNEY . 
FREDDIE ABRAHAM 



.... Editor 
Business Manager 



THE PURPLE AND WHITE is Millsaps College's weekly newspager. Students 
with a journalistic trend can put their talents to use each week, either in 
sports, features, news items, editorials, society news or gossip. Every Friday 
students have an opportunity to catch up on what has happened concerning 
students, faculty, and the "Little Man on Campus." 

In Philadelphia, everyone reads the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER— at 
Millsaps, everyone reads the PURPLE AND WHITE, 



THE STAFFS 

SHIRLEY STANTON Managing Editor 

ALTON BOYD News Editor 

NANCY PEACOCK Society Editor 

SHIRLEY BROWN Feature Editor 

FOSTER LOWE Sports Editor 

JACK MACDONALD Circulation Manager 



EDITORIAL STAFF: Hazel Truluck, Hiram Polk, Walton Lipscomb, Jack Taylor, Sidney Hill, 
Betty Eakin, Martina Riley, Ed Upton, Myra Fisher, Biggie Wilkins, Ann Coker, Ronald Will- 
oughby, Parker Sojourner, Betty Miller, Thad Leggett, Barbara Swann. 



BUSINESS STAFF: Bobby Smith, Assistant Manager; Hal Miller, John Hancock, Bill Hardin, 
Janice Bower, Mary Elizabeth Burton, Jack MacDonald, Betty Landfair, Charlene Welch, 
Barbara Ann Thomas, Robin Smith, Wynona Madole, Dick Blount, Pansy Barksdale, Mary 
Frances Pleasants, Don Lisle, James McQueen. 



BUSINESS STAFF 





THE 



TH£S,ng ^'Nact,on 



Under the direction ofAlvin Jon King for the lasttime, the Singers 
gave their usual good job to the college. Little needs to be said con- 
cerning this group, for it manages to speak well for itself at all times. 

The Singers is composed of the regular chapel choir and the tour 
choir. Those in the tour choir represent the college at many engage- 
ments during their Spring jaunt around the nation. The Chapel choir 
proves to be a capable replacement for the globe-trotters during their 
yearly explorations. 

The Singers will miss the guidance and inspiration of "Pop" King. 
His hard work at Millsaps will be remembered by all those who have 
benefitted from it. We pay tribute to a man who has given unselfishly 
of his time, effort, and patience to us. Millsaps will always be grate- 
ful to him for his loyalty, friendship, and overall contribution. 



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LLSAPS SINGERS 



Pictured below is the tour choir that will leave soon after this writing to enter- 
tain and inspire people all across the nation. Their reputation is one that is well 
earned and will be maintained this year as it has been in the past. Theirs is not a 
vacation (as the new cut system would lead us to think) but a terrific job which re- 
quires talent and hard work. We wish them the best of success. 



THE MILLSAPS TOUR CHOIR 



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THE MILLSAPS COLLEGE 




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(AND 







BAND CONDUCTOR SAM L. JONES 



Few colleges can boast of a band such as ours. The Mill- 
saps band has many functions and performs each with much 
vigor and interest . 

The band performs on the stage as well as on the foot- 
ball field. It would be a pity if the services of the band were 
to end with football season, for Christmas and Spring con- 
certs are calendar dates of high interest and enthusiasm on the 
campus. 

We owe much credit to the band for its spirit during foot- 
ball season and its inspiration at all times. Sam Jones is to be 
commended for his fine work, the results of which we look 
forward to seeing again next year. 



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LLSAPS-WILSON LIBRARY 




For many years the patrons and alumni of Millsaps College have worked earnestly and 
unceasingly for a new library through which the students of Millsaps might have greater 
opportunity to enrich their minds and improve culturally. Much unselfish work and planning 
were necessary for progress in this direction. 

On September 29, 1955, the doors of the beautiful new Millsaps -Wilson Library were 
formally opened to the public and the college community. In an impressive ceremony this 
building was dedicated to the furtherance of the Kingdom of God. 

As students, we may show our gratitude by making full use of the facilities which have 
been given to us by men and women who love Millsaps College and were willing to make 
important sacrifices of time, energy, and money to make this gift possible. May we always 
remember them as we enjoy their gift. 

These next two pages tel I briefly the story of how the Millsaps-Wilson Library was completed 
and dedicated. We pay tribute to those who first paid tribute to us. 



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CHAPTER I: ABOVE- The plans are made by the administration and construction is begun. 
Curious eyes view the progress and wonder what the final result will be. Many problems are 
yettoarise, but the project is being handled by capable and intelligent men in whom much 
confidence is placed . Mi I Isaps alumni are very generous in their efforts to make the program 
a successful one. 



CHAPTER II: BELOW- (LEFT)- Months later the idea has been transformed into action and 
the framework of the new structure is a familiar and interesting sight on Methodist Hill. 
Students soon learn to avoid fresh concrete and falling bricks. 



CHAPTER III: BELOW- (RIGHT)- Early September sees students sharing in one of the many 
jobs that still remain. There is great satisfaction in knowing that soon the transformation 
from the old to the new will be complete. 





CHAPTER IV: ABOVE- Students march to dedication ceremony where Dr. A.G. Sanders 
delivers the main address. September 29 is an eventful day, as it is the sixty-third anni- 
versary of the college and the first formal opening of the Mil Isaps -Wilson Library. 



CHAPTER V: BELOW- Completion of the dream! Dr. H.E. Finger, President of Millsaps 
College, greets the public to the inspection of the library. Meanwhile, the library staff 
glances over some literature that is as new as the shelves where it will be placed. 



CHAPTER VI: THE FUTURE- Our children and grandchildren will appreciate tomorrow that 
which we have seen established today. May Millsaps College continue in her growth and 
prosperity. 




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MEMBERS 

John Hubbard . . . PiKA President 
Burton Jackson . . KA Vice-President 
Benny Kirkland ... KS Secretary 

Reynolds Cheney KA 

Newt Harrison KS 

Sam Jones LXA 

Tommy Naylor LXA 

Bobby Smith PiKA 



SEATED: Jackson, Hubbard, Kirkland, Jones. 
STANDING: Smith, Cheney, Harrison, Naylor. 



INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 



STANDING: Slater, Anderson, Brown, Ragland. 
SEATED: Burton, Jones, Moorehead, Westerfield, Woods. 



MEMBERS 



Claudette Westerfield. . BSO President 
Barbara Jones . . ChiO Vice-President 



Mary Elizabeth Burton 

Margaret Woods 

Ann Anderson . 

Shirley Brown 

Ann Ragland. 

Virginia Slater . 

Miss Mildred Moorehead 



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KD Treasurer 
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. . .KD 
. . BSO 
Faculty Advisor 



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PURPOSE OF SOCIAL GROUPS 



At first glance one might think of a social group as an organization that teaches 
its members how to play bridge, dance, and enter a bull session with enthusiasm. We 
can't deny that the finer arts of social living are learned and practiced. 

However, in the hustle and bustle of college life there are the serious moments 
we spend which will be remembered and relived over and over again. The social 
groups teach young men and women to live together in a spirit of co-operation and 
mutual understanding. It is their purpose to unite the ideas of youth into one great 
melting pot, in which are found the plans for tomorrow. Hard work, contribution of 
assorted talents, and self-improvement are all a part of the plan. 

After four years of college life Millsaps Students are ready to meet the demands 
of the world. This is not the result of what we learned in the classrooms a lone. Rather, 
it is this plus the fine art of respecting the opinions and criticisms of others; of being 
a part of something. 




BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

Claudetteand Margaret named to Who's Who-Margaret Secretary of SEB, tapped 
by Sigma Lambda-Claudette heads Pan-Hellenic and YWCA-Cara Lloyd tapped by 
Chi Delta-Margaret is named to Majorette Club, president of Westminister Fellow- 
ship-Reba president of Catholic Club-Claudette received national BSO award, is 
secretary-treasurer of Senior Class-Charlotte wins national KDE scholarship-Martha 
Ann tapped by KDE and Majorette Club-Margaret is named Homecoming Maid- 
Claudette and Charlotte on SEB„ 



OFFICERS 
President., . . Claudette Westerfield 

Vice-President Sara Johnson 

Recording Secretary » e Cara Lloyd Hemphill 
Corresponding Secretary . . . Carolyn Goff 
Treasurer. „ . « o • . . Reba Boackle 
Pledge Trainer „ . • . • Margaret Whitfield 



Carolyn Allen 
Lynda Andrews 
Gerry Beadle 
Reba Boackle 
Marjorie Boleware 
Jo Ann Brenke 
Ann Brooks 
Carol Broun 
Betty Chaney 
Patricia Chunn 
Hoyte Curtis 
Bettie Claire Diggs 
Myrna Drew 
Mary Jo Edwards 



MEMBERS 
Charlotte Elliott 
Rosemary Flint 
Frances Furr 
Carolyn Goff 
Jeanette Gross 
Helen Hayes 
Cara Lloyd Hemphill 
Sara Johnson 
Margie King 
Millicent King 
Becky Larche 
Margaret McCorkle 
Ann McShane 
Mary Elizabeth Mayfield 



Mary Nell Roberts 
Jean Roten 
Kay Shelton 
Marianna Simmons 
Virginia Slater 
Jane Smith 
Marilyn Smith 
Martha Ann Smith 
Patricia Smith 
Jo Ann Tucker 
Claudette Westerfield 
Margaret Whitfield 
Sue Woodward 
Patricia Wynn 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Missouri 
December 12, 1888 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
September 1 , 1926 

COLORS: Ruby and Pink 

FLOWERS: Richmond and Kilarney 
Roses 

PUBLICATION: 
"The Urn" 



Allen 

Andrews 

Beadle 

Boackle 

Boleware 

Brenke 

Brooks 

Brown 

Chaney 

Chunn 



Curtis 

Diggs 

Drew 

Edwards 

Elliott 

Furr 

Goff 

Gross 

Hayes 

Hemphill 

Johnson 
King, M. A. 
King, M.C. 
Larche 
McCorkle 



McShane 
May fie Id 
Roberts 
Roten 
She J ton 



Simmons 
Slater 
Smith J. 
Smith, M.A. 
Smith, M.S. 



Smith, P. 

Tucker 

Westerfield 

Whitfield 

Woodward 

Wynn 





KAPPA DELTA 



Nancy and Clara are favor ites-KD's win basketball trophy-Margaret is tapped into 
Sigma Lambda-Chi Delta taps Anthony and Coleman-Booth is named Who's Who, 
selected Homecoming Maid-Emily heads Majorette Club-Coleman and Greener serve 
on SEB-Ma[orette Club taps Woods, Vines, and Ragland-Peacock is secretary- 
treasurer of Junior Class, Society Editor of PandW-Betty Jane is cheerleader-Dyane 
plays lead role as "Roxanne" in Cyrano de Bergeac-IRC picks Myers-Clara heads KDE, 
Eta Sigma Phi, and wins Tribbett Scholarship-Martina is State Presidentof the Methodist 
Student Movement-Gail , Jane, and Elwyn are Majorettes-Eta Sigma Phi picks Ragland, 
while KDE takes Culley-Nena, Jerre, Elwyn, and Barbara serve on BOBASHELA Staff- 
Myers and Cleveland on debate team. 

OFFICERS 
President. . . . Margaret Woods Secretary. . . .Clara Parks Booth 
Vice-President . . Nancy Peacock Treasurer Nancy Vines 



Elwyn Addkison 
Elizabeth Anthony 
Helen Dal I Barnes 
Sara Janice Black 
Clara Parks Booth 
Patti Bradley 
Beth Brandon 
Lodusca Catledge 
Elizabeth Ann Clark 
Betty Jane Cleveland 
Aden Coleman 
Carol Culley 
Kay Davis 
Nena Doiron 
Barbara Foreman 
Jerre Gee 
Emily Greener 



MEMBERS 
Beverly Hamblin 
Carolyn Harpole 
Frances Holland 
Gail Hood 
Martha Ann Hopkins 
Annette Johnston 
Sarah Jones 
Ruth Land 

Nancy Lynn Martin 
Jane Mclnvale 
Yvonne Moss 
Ann Myers 
Joyce Nail 
Dyane Nelson 
Miriam O'Ferrall 
Wendy Olmstead 
Nancy Peacock 
Nita Perry 



Jeanette Pullen 
Ann Ragland 
Nita Reed 
Nancy Reed 
Carolyn Reynolds 
Martina Riley 
Robin Smith 
Mary Gray Sparkman 
Sylvia Stevens 
Barbara Ann Thomas 
Hazel Truluck 
Nancy Vines 
Laurene Walker 
Charlene Welch 
Marilyn Wood 
Margaret Woods 
Barbara Yeagley 



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Virginia State Normal 
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Anthony 

Barnes 

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Booth 

Bradley 

Brandon 

Catledge 

Clark 

Cleveland 

Coleman 

Culley 

Davis 

Doiron 

Foreman 

Gee 

Grauer 

Greener 

Hamblin 

Harpole 

Holland 

Hopkins 

Johnston 

Jones 

Land 

Mclvale 

Martin 

Moss 

Myers 

Nail 

Nelson 

O Terra 11 

Olmstead 

Peacock 

Perry 

Pullen 

Rag land 
Reed A. 
Reed N. 
Reynolds 
Riley 
Smith 

Sparkman 

Stevens 

Thomas 

Truluck 

Vines 

Walker 

Welch 
Woods 
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Barfield 

Bayliss 

Blalock 

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Brown, S. V. 
Brown, S. H. 
Burton 
Busby 
Byrd 



Elliott 

Evans 

Fife 

Foreman 

Griffin 



Hillman 
Hupperich 
Landfair 
Loflin 

McNease 



Manning 
Morris 
Nicholson 
Noble 



Perry 
Pilley 
Piper 
Riddell 



Shelton 
Sherrod 
Smith, C.E. 
Smith, C.I. 



Underhill 
Ventress 
Warren 
Wolford 



PHI MU 



Pat is on BOBASHELA Staff-Hupperich tapped into Eta Sigma Phi-Shirley is 
Feature Editor of PandW, joins Chi Delta-Mary Liz is Secretary of Pan-Hel lenic- 
Teenie is Veep of YWCA-Barfield is honored by Who's Who and Sigma Lambda-Betty 
Landfair is Circulation Manager of PandW-Barfield is chosen by IRC. 



OFFICERS 

President Mary Elizabeth Burton 

Vice-President Tennie Underhill 

Secretary Mitzi Shelton 

Treasurer Betty Barfield 



Emma Atkinson 
Betty Barfield 
Sarah Bayliss 
Merle Blaylock 
Janice Bower 
Shirley Brown 
Susan Brown 
Mary Elizabeth Burton 
Beth Busby 
Barbara Byrd 
Boots Carpenter 
Helen Sue Callahan 
Sylvia Elliot 
Becky Evans 



MEMBERS 
Alpha Gene Fife 
Ann Foreman 
Amaryllis Griffin 
Pat Hillman 
Anne Hupperich 
Betty Landfair 
Annice Loflin 
Helen Maddox 
Claire Manning 
Marilyn McNease 
Kay Morris 
Elaine Nicholson 
Linda Noble 



Peggy Perry 
Kay Pilley 
Gay Piper 
Louise Riddel I 
Ethyl Shapley 
Mitzi Shelton 
Mary Sherrod 
Carolyn Smith 
Clara Smith 
Teenie Underhill 
Harriet Ventress 
Pat Warren 
Rheba Westerfield 
Martha Ann Wo I ford 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Wesleyan Col lege 
March 4, 1852 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 24, 1914 

COLORS: Rose and White 

FLOWER: Enchantress Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "Aglaia" 




CHI OMEGA 

Ann Anderson is Miss Mil Isaps-Jeanette is Homecoming Queen- Lynette and Susan 
are Freshman Queens-Biggie, Karen, and Barbara Maeare favorites-Ann and Barbara 
Mae selected for Who's Who-Helen Reilly tapped by Theta Nu Sigma-Nancy and 
Susie invited to Chi Delta-Karen directs "East Lynne"-Biggie joins AED and Myra 
KDE-Stanton is PandW Managing Editor and is elected to Sigma Lambda-Claire, 
Blythe, and Margaret appear in KA Rose Court-Lillian serves on BOBASHELA staff- 
Gail tapped by IRC -Ann is Maid of Cotton finalist-Chi O's are second in Homecoming 

float competition . 

r OFFICERS 

President Barbara Mae Jones 

Vice-President Myra Fisher 

Secretary Cynthia Morse 

Treasurer Ann Anderson 

MEMBERS 

Ann Anderson Ann Foster Dee Phillips 

Valera Bailey Lynette Garst Jane Pickering 

Lois Love Bain Yvonne Giffin Mary Frances Pleasants 

Myna Bain Karen Gilfoy Mary Charles Price 

Pansy Barksdale Helen Gillis Ann Prichard 

Julia Ann Beckes Zoe Grigsby Jeanette Ratcliff 

Frances Bryan Ann Hightower Helen Reilly 

Gwen Burford Blythe Jeffrey Jean Rouse 

Bethany Byrd Barbara Mae Jones Sylvia Shrock 

Patsy Caver Claire King Suanna Smith 

Mary Helen Corley Gene Ann Lauchly Shirley Stanton 

Nancy Crawford Susie Lipsey Alice Starnes 

Rose Cunningham Elise Mcintosh Lillian Starnes 

Sallie Ann Dement Betty Miller June Stellwagon 

Janis Edgar Margaret Miller Barbara Swann 

Jane Fatheree Mary Frances Montgomery Helen Thome 

Gail Fielder Mary Louise Moore Betty Gail Trapp 

Myra Fisher Cynthia Morse Bethany Watkins 

Judith Forbes Sue Mozingo Susan Wheeless 

Betty Bell Ford Jeanette Wilkins 

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NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Arkansas 
April 5, 1895 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 31, 1934 

COLORS: Cardinal and Straw 

FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: "The Eleusis" 




Anderson 
Bailey 
Bain, L. 
Bain, M. 
Barksdale 
Beckes 



Bryan 

Burford 

Byrd 

Caver 

Corley 

Crawford 



Cunningham 

Dement 

Edgar 

Fatheree 

Fielder 

Fisher 



Forbes 

Ford 

Foster 

Garst 

Griffin 

Gillis 

Grigsby 

Hightower 

Jeffrey 

Jones 

King 

Lauchley 

Lipsey 

Mozingo 

Mcintosh 

Miller 

Moore 

Montgomery 

Phillips 

Pleasants 

Powell 

Price 

Prichard 

Ratcliff 



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Rouse 

Scott 

Smith 

Stanton 

Starnes, A. 



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Halbert 
Hall 
Kelly 



Leshe 
Lewis 
McNeill 
McRaney 



Martin 
Miller 
Moorhead 
Nelson 



Parrott 

Pearson 

Potts 

Richardson 



Swindull 

Sylvester 

Wixon 

Wright 

Young 




N. I. S. A. 



Eugenia tapped by Chi Delta-Danye and Gail join the Majorette Club-Braaten 
chosen by Theta Nu Sigma-June is elected to Eta Sigma Phi-Carolyn is President of 
W.C.W. and Veep of Beethoven Club-AED taps Curry-Eugenia and Danye serve on 
Woman's Council. 



OFFICERS 
President. . 
Vice-President . 
Recording Secretary . 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer .... 



Eugenia Kelly 

Peggy Sanford 

Danye Miller 

Helen Young 

.Kaisa Braaten 



Jo Ann Abernathy 
Carolyn Allen 
Joan Anderson 
Ruth Atwood 
Kaisa Braaten 
Kay Bufkin 
Zorah Curry 
Diane Douglas 
Betty Dyess 
Martha Eggert 
Virginia Everitt 
Gloria Halbert 



MEMBERS 
Ruth Ann Hall 
Patty Hewlett 
Eugenia Kelly 
Annette Leshe 
Acka Lewis 
Henrietta Littleton 
Marilyn McNeil 
Gwen McRaney 
June Martin 
Danye Miller 
Ella Jean Moore 
Gail Moorhead 
Ernie Lee Nelson 



Frances West 
Rosemary Parents 
Ruth Ann Pearson 
Bobby Jean Potts 
Lucy Price 
Helen Young 
Pat White 
Daphne Richardson 
Jeanette Sylvester 
Peggy Jo Sanford 
Johnny Swindull 
Edna Wixon 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Oklahoma 
April, 1938 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
July 19, 1943 

COLORS: Blue and White 

FLOWER: White Carnation 

PUBLICATION: N.I.S.A. 
Newsletter 




KAPPA ALPHA 



Nail heads ODK-Jackson and Fanning are Veeps of their classes-Jackson is 
Business Manager of the BOBASHELAand Hales is his assistant-Cheney heads STYLUS, 
is chosen by ODK-Eta Sigma Phi taps Yerger-KA's win float competition-Jackson is 
a favorite and is in Who's Who-Cheney is executive secretary of Kit Kat-Harry Mills 
chosen by AED-Graham and Williams initiated into M Club. 



OFFICERS 



Number I 
Number II 
Number III 



. Burton Jackson 
. . Hardy Nail 
Reynolds Cheney 



Bobby Abney 
Frank Allen 
George Armstrong 
Joe Armstrong 
Harry Blair 
Dick Brown 
Reynolds Cheney 
Cecil Copeland 
Bud Culley 
Billy Dewees 
Tommy Fanning 
Leo Farmer 
Chick Flournoy 
David Franks 
Walter Garner 
Billy Graham 
Johnny Green 
Graham Hales 
Terry Hayward 



MEMBERS 
Sidney Hill 
Charlie Hollowell 
Burton Jackson 
Mickey Kelly 
Tommy Kelly 
Breck King 
Ray Knight 
Douglas Lay 
Thad Leggett 
Lewis Lord 
Jim McCarty 
Max McDaniels 
Bill McKell 
Tom McNair 
Hamp Miller 
Harry Mills 
Noel Mills 
Bo Bo Montgomery 
Bob Morrison 



Billy Mullins 
Hardy Nail 
Dick Phares 
Joe Lee Porter 
Billy Rainey 
Stuart Robinson 
Leslie Shelton 
Bobby Sherrod 
Bobby Smith 
Adrian Sturdivant 
Hugh Thorns 
Bill Tull 
Summer Walters 
Pee Wee Walton 
Jimmy Weedy 
Kennard Wei Ions 
Jon Ed Williams 
Fred Yerger 
Mark Yerger 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
Washington College 
December 21, 1865 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October 1, 1893 

COLORS: Ruby and Old Gold 

FLOWER: Magnolia and Crimson Rose 

PUBLICATION: 

"Kappa Alpha Journal" 



Abney 
Allen 

Armstrong, G. 
Armstrong, J. 
Blair 



Brown 

Cheney 

Copeland 

Culley 

Fanning 



Farmer 

Flournoy 

Franks 

Graham 

Hales 



Hayward 

Jackson 

Kelly 

Knight 

Lay 



McCarty 

McDaniel 

McNair 

Maley 

Miller 



Mills 

Montgomery 

Morrison 

Mullins 

Nail 



Porter 

Rainey 

Robinson 

Shelton 

Sherrod 



Smith 

Thorns 

Tull 

Walters 

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KAPPA SIGMA 

N. Harrison elected veep of junior class-Statham tapped by Pi Kappa Delta- 
Walley is student body president and favorite-Awad, Deaton, Powell, and Wa I ley 
listed in Who's Who-Dea!on chosen for Kit Kat-Merrell is president of Alpha Phi — 
N. Harrison is vice-president of Alpha Phi-Awad chosen prexy of Singers-Sigs win 
speedball-Lowe is sports editor of BOBASHELA and PandW-Boone chosen for Little All- 
American Football and Millsaps Most Valuable-Tucker tapped into AED-Sigs place 
seven on starting football eleven-Deaton and Parnell prexy and veep of M Club. 

OFFICERS 

President Bennie Kirkland 

Vice-President Newt Harrison 

Secretary Foster Lowe 

Treasurer Jerry Boykin 

MEMBERS 

Alex Alston John Copeland Stuart Mclntyre 

Don Ates Charles Deaton W.H.Merrell 

Johnny Awad Sonny Ervin Ed Mize 

Clyde Ballard Harrison Ethridge Powers Moore 

Fred Belk Sonny Everitt Terry Moore 

Gene Berbette Billy Greenlee Bob Parnell 

Jim Berry Bill Griffith Dick Pepper 

Pat Bonner Billy Gul ledge Charles Purifoy 

Tom Boone Ray Hannah Cliff Rushing 

Jerry Boykin Garland Harrison Sam Scott 

Charles Brewer Newt Harrison Bo Statham 

Billy Brown Jimmy Hudson Jack Ta/lor 

Steve Bumpas Paul Kern Frank Tucker 

Jerry Bryant Bennie Kirkland Charles Underhill 

John Carter Jimmy Jones N.R. Walley 

Carl Causey Jimmy Long Albert Wells 

Woods Cavette Foster Lowe Bob Weems 

Jimmy Collette Gadi Lum Don Williams 

Paul Comola Ben Younger 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Virginia 
December 10, 1869 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October 18, 1895 

COLORS: Scarlet, Green, and White 

FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: "The Caduceus" 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 

Carney is Editor of the PandW-Lambda Chi's win scholarship cup again-Ander- 
sonand Coddington tapped by AED-Jones directs Bandand is a favorite-Polk selected 
to Who's Who and ODK-Tullos is Veep of the Singers-Conner is President of Theta 
Nu Sigma-Polk is Business Manager of Stylus and President of AED-Kit Kat taps 
Polk-Conner is Vice-President of Eta Sigma Phi. 



OFFICERS 

President Sam Jones 

Vice-President Hiram Polk 

Treasurer Walton Lipscomb 



George Alexander 
Dannie Anderson 
Roy Andrews 
Bill Balgord 
John Baxter 
Alton Boyd 
Henry Carney 
John Case 
John Coddington 
Michael Conner 
Enoch Dangerfield 
Marvin Dyess 
Jose Espana 
Roy Grisham 
Don Harder 
Harold Harvey 
Arthur Hodge 



MEMBERS 
Paul Horn 
Marvin Jeter 
Bill Johnson 
Howard Jones 
Sam Jones 
Sam Kuykendall 
Joe Lambert 
Willard Leggett 
Walton Lipscomb 
Buddy Lovett 
Jimmy McCormick 
Dick McMurray 
Bill Rush Mosby 
Tommy Na/lor 
Jimmie Newell 
Bob Patterson 
Hiram Polk 
Billy Rhymes 



Wayne Scott 
Perrin Smith 
Parker Sojourner 
Hubert Staley 
John Stone 
Sam Tomlinson 
Don Triplett 
Bobby Tullos 
Billy Walker 
Brister Ware 
Merrimen Watkins 
Robert Wesley 
Tom Willetts 
John Wimberly 
Jim Witten 
Gilbert Woods 
Don Youngs 




NATIONALLY FOUNDED 
Boston University 
November 2, 1909 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
October, 1939 

COLORS: Purple, Green, and Gold 

PUBLICATION: 

"Purple, Green, and Gold" 
"Cross and Crescent" 

FLOWER: White Rose 



Alexander 

Anderson 

Balgord 

Baxter 

Boyd 



Conner 

Coddington 

Dyess 

Espana 

Grisham 



Hardin 

Harvey 

Hodge 

Jeter 

Johnson 



Jones, H. 
Jones, S. 
Kuyendall 
Leggett 
Lipscomb 



Lovett 

McCormick 

Mosby 

Naylor 

Newell 



Polk 

Rhymes 

Scott 

Smith 

Sojourner 



Stone 

Tomlinson 

Triplett 

Tullos 

Walker 



Ware 

Watkins 

Wesley 

Willetts 

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Bradfield 

Brasher 

Catledge 

Causey 

Cole 

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Dew 

Dowdle 

Evans 



Fincher 

Ford 

Fortenberry 

Fox worth 

Fraiser 

Greener 



Griffis 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Hillman 

Hinds 

Holloway 



Hubbard 

Hyman 

Jeanes 

Johnston 

Jones 

Kerr 



Lampton 

Lange 

Loflin 

McClenahan 

McEachin 

McQueen 



Miller 

Mims 

Mizelle 

Noblin 

Philly 

Pinkston 



Pool 

Potter 

Rigby 

Sallis 

Scott 

Smith 



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Sowell, R. 
Stewart, B. 
Stewart, E. 

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Turner 

Upton 

Ware 

Whitaker 

Williams, E, 

Williams, F. 

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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Loflin is Veep of SEB-Hubbard, Stewart, Johnston, Causey are class presidents- 
Lampton tapped by ODK-Loflin and Wasson in Who's Who-Loflin is Master Major- 
Hubbard, Johnston are favorites-Kit Kat taps Upton-Causey is Frosh King-Read, 
Loflin, and Trigg in IRC-Jonah chosen By Eta Sigma Phi-Byrd and Lampton join Alpha 
Psi-Hyman, Loflin, and Upton are cheerleaders-Smith is Business Manager of Singers- 
Ely and Rigby are top officers in Alpha Psi -Upton heads Christian Council and Wesley- 
Abraham is Business Manager of PandW-Hubbard presides over I FC-AED chooses John- 
ston and McEachin -Brasher inTheta Nu Sigma-Elyhas lead in Cyrano-Ware, Potter, 
Kerr, and Grimes make upMillsaps Quartet-Hardin is Secretaryof Alpha Phi . Lampton 
is editor of BOBASHELA. 

OFFICERS 

SMC Jack Loflin 

IMC John Hubbard 

ThC John Calvin Philley 

MEMBERS 
Fred Abraham Bill Hardin Murray Pinkston 

Bob Adams Joe Hinds Jack Poole 

Dick Blount Byrd Hillman John Potter 

Pete Bradfield Buster Holloway Wayne Renfro 

Jessie Brasher John Hubbard Cliff Rigby 

Charles Catledge Lea Hyman Ed Sal lis 

Lacy Causey William Jeanes Kermit Scott 

Charles Cole Hugh Johnston Bob Sowel! 

WallyConerly Read Jones RoySowell 

Kenneth Dew Billy Kerr Barry Stewart 

Oscar Dowdle Bill Lampton Ed Stewart 

Walter Ely Braxton Lange RussStovall 

John Evans Don Lisle Bobby Smith 

Terry Fincher Jack Loflin John Robert Taylor 

Jonah Ford John McEachin Jerry Trigg 

Lloyd Fortenberry Mac McClenahan Johnny Turner 

Lacy Fraiser James McQueen Ed Upton 

Dick Foxworth Arthur Mellen Clifton Ware 

Stewart Gammill Hal Miller Luke Wasson 

Nick Greener Robert Mims Clyde Whitaker 

Jimmy Griffis Jerry Mizelle Eddie Williams 

Marlin Grimes Will Nobiin Fred Williams 

John Hancock Kenneth Parks Albert Williamson 

John C. Philley 

NATIONALLY FOUNDED: 
University of Virginia 
March 1, 1868 

LOCALLY FOUNDED: 
March 23, 1905 

COLORS: Garnet and Gold 

FLOWER: Lily of the Valley 

PUBLICATION: 

"The Shield and Diamond" 




NORSEMEN 



Hudson tapped by ODK and joins Alpha Phi-Robertson is member of Theta Nu 
Sigma-Hudson manages football. 



OFFICERS 

President Brooks Hudson 

Vice-President Joe Way 

Secretary Charles McReynolds 

Treasurer Harris Eaton 



Greg Ballard 
Tommy Ballard 
Ray Bardin 
Cecil Burnham 
Spiro Cora 
Joe Cowart 
Harris Eaton 
Albert Felsher 
Davis Gillis 



MEMBERS 
Earl Greenough 
Brooks Hudson 
Cecil Jones 
Leonard Josey 
Eddie King 
H.K. Lee 
Young Lee 
Charles McReynolds 



Bill MacDonald 
W.D. Miles 
James Morrow 
Charles Nicholson 
James Robertson 
Ray Screws 
Keith Tonkel 
Guy Traylor 
Joe Way 



NATIONALLY FOUNDED: Oklahoma University 

April, 1938 
LOCALLY FOUNDED: 1950 

PUBLICATION: N.I.S.A. Newsletter 

COLORS: Blue and Gold 



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1955 MILLSAPS 



In 1955, as has become customary, the Millsaps Major football squad gave an 
excellent account of itself and wasa prime example of college football as played for 
the sport of it. The group of footballers who gathered for the opening practices had 
perhaps the highest potential of any Purple grid team of recent years, but a college 
which participates in intercollegiate athletics on an amateur basis is usually weak 
in reserves, even if it can field a top-notch starting line-up. With the limited sub- 
stitution rule still in effect and a fine veteran eleven available for duty, the future 
looked bright for the Major gridders. The year's first game, with William Carey at 
Hattiesburg, gave the Majors the blow from which they never recovered- two key 
players benched with injuries by half-time. The loss of Powell and Lowery was 
directly responsible for this opening defeat. With the one experienced quarterback 
out for the season, half-back "Crow" Parnell took over the all-important signal- 
caller's position in the Split-T offense for the game with strong Delta State, Missis- 
sippi's only perfect-record senior college team in '54. Despite a fine performance 
by Parnell, the Purple team could not keep up in the scoring column although out- 
playing the rugged Statesmen . Playing brilliantly one Saturday and sluggishly the 
next, the Majors reached their peak in mid-season victories overSewanee and How- 
ard and the heart-breaking loss to the Chocs. Coming to life in the final minutes of 




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the Sewanee game, Mi 1 1 saps copped the triumph on a last-minute Parnell-to-Deaton 
pass. Speedster Roy Wolfe sparked the easy win over Howard and the Majors rolled 
into the Mississippi College game on the crest of a victory surge. For three quarters, 
the game team in Purple shirts appeared well on its way to a decisive and hard- 
earned victory. Fortune turned her head and the MC squad drew off to a lead that 
not even a determined drive in the game's closing seconds could overcome. After a 
dismal loss to Southwestern, the Majors rebounded to score an easy 34-6 victory over 
Ouachita before a large Parent's Day crowd in the season finale. 



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WILLIAM CAREY 33 

DELTA STATE 20 

LIVINGSTON 6 

SEWANEE 7 

HOWARD 6 

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE ... 18 

SOUTHWESTERN 33 

OUACHITA 6 




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MILLSAPS 6 
WM. CAREY 33 



Charles Deaton-Winding up a 
fine varsity career, "Snake" was 
an able right wingman, with his 
game-winning catch of a last- 
minute pass against Sewanee most 
outstanding. His sharp blockingand 
accurate tackling will be missed 
come '56. 

Bennie Kirkland-Another bril- 
liant flanker, Bennie has been an 
indispensable man through each of 
his four years as a starter. His ex- 
cellent pass-receiving, blocking 
and tackling will be hard to re- 
place. 





KIRKLAND, End 



VAR 



Big John Driving 
To Paydirt! 



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PREWITT, Tackle 



MOORE, Back 




Tom Prewitt-Hishard blocking 
and tackling made Tom a real bul- 
wark in the left side of the Purple 
line. Another senior, Prewitt'sbig 
number 75 was found in on scores 
of tackles during the '55 season. 

Terry Moore-This fine junior 
back lived up to the promise shown 
in the two previous campaigns by 
becoming one of the Majors' most 
reliable runners. A leader in yards 
- gained, Terry was also a sure 
tackier. 




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James Hood-Steadiness, sharp 
blocking, alertness defensively — 
these are the characteristics of a 
fine center. One ofMillsaps' most 
underrated players, Hood was all 
of these, a real team man! 

Johnny Awad-Pound for pound, 
the best guard in the South. For 
four seasons Johnny has not only 
been a fine blocker and tackier, 
but he has also had a key role in 
keeping team spirit high-win or 
lose. 



HOOD, Center 



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Royalty on 
the field. 



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LOWERY, Back 





John Lowery-ln his final year 
John continued to be the bell- 
wether of the Majors' offense . Four 
years of hard running and crushing 
blocking and tackling have earned 
him a place in the Millsaps Foot- 
ball Hall of Fame! 

Hardy Nail -A I though hampered 
by injuries throughout the season, 
Hardy was one of our top runners 
and pass-receivers and perhaps was 
the outstanding defensive back. 




AWAD, Guard 



MILLSAPS 7 

DELTA STATE 20 



NALL, Back 





Tom Boone-Long one of the Majors' 
most outstanding and colorful players, 
Tom capped off his senior year in fine 
style, beingselected by his team-mates 
as Most Valuable Player. Awad and 
Boone-a guard combination long to be 
remembered . 

Jon Ed Williams-Probably the most 
outstanding freshman on the squad, Jon 
Ed turned in some fine performances at 
his terminal post and he is one to look 
out for in 1956. 



BOONE, Guard 



MILLSAPS 19 

LIVINGSTON 6 





WILLIAMS, End 



VAR! 



Hardy dives for 
lost leather! 



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SMITH, Tackle 



Robert Parnell-The difficult is easy 
and the impossible takes a little while. 
This perfectly describes "Crow" who, 
after the season began, switched to 
quarterback and did a magnificent job, 
calling plays, passing, running. A job 
well done I 

Bobby Joe Smith-A dependable 
player at all times, Bobby Joe was a 
strong point in the Purple line and is 
among those seniors who will be vitally 
missed come '56. 



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get away! 



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Cliff Rushing-1955 saw Cliff de- 
velop into one of the Majors' most re- 
liable backs. He was a key man in the 
offense, coming through with numerous 
long gains at crucial points. This fine 
back is one of the few starters slated 
for return in 1956. 

Alex Alston-This capable guard, 
too long held in a second-line role, 
came through with some fine line play 
during the season and seems headed for 
a starting berth in '56. 



ALSTON, Guard 



WOLFE, Back 




MILLSAPS 12 
SEWANEE 7 



BONNER, End 




Roy Wolfe-This scrappy speedster 
came into his own this year, starting 
several games. Performing both at half- 
and quarter-back, Roy's long runs were 
an important factor in the Major offense . 

Pat Bonner-A capable wingman 
whose forte is defense, Pat played an 
important part in the success of the 
team. He likely, with hissmashing end 
play, earned a post on the starting 
squad for '56. 





"Red" Powell-A brilliant quarter- 
back and cool strategist, his loss in the 
first game was a blow from which the 
'55 Majors never recovered. "Red" was 
selected Most Valuable Player in 1954. 

Murray Pinkston-His return near 
mid-season bolstered the sagging tackle 
corps. Murray's hardcharging line play 
was a definite asset to the team. 



POWELL, Back 



MILLSAPS 14 

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 18 



COMOLA, Center 





The Straw That 
Broke the Majors' 
Back! 



SOWELL, Back 



Paul Comola-Paul's spirited play 
was a vital force in the Millsaps line 
play this year. His more than adequate 
defensive play made him a top line- 
backer. 

Bob Sowell-This frosh made an im- 
pressive beginning at the quarterback 
spot. Much will be forthcoming from 
this boy in 1956. 

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Fred Belk-This big freshman half- 
backas a spot player turned in some fine 
performances during the year . Fred gave 
high promise of being an outstanding 
runner and pass-catcher in his remain- 
ing seasons. 

Ralph King-"Skinner" in his initial 
year of football at Millsaps showed to 
be a good blocker and runner. Among 
other things, his booming kickoffs mark- 
ed him as a man to watch in 1956. 



BELK, Back 



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Picking up yards 
around the Majors' 
end! 




Rayford Woodrick-This stalwart 
transfer tackle proved to be a valuable 
man in the Majors' line. Ray's strong- 
point is defense and much is expected 
of him in that capacity in '56. 

Jack Hester-Another transfer, this 
speedy half-back saw only limited 
action this year, but turned in good 
performances . Jack is one to be counted 
on to help fill the shoes of the numerous 
departing seniors. 



KING, Back 



MILLSAPS 7 

SOUTHWESTERN 33 



HESTER, Back 





Floyd Jones-This fast rugged guard 
played a consistent, hard-charging 
game in the Major forward wall. Al- 
though not in the starting line-up, 
Floyd is another who appears ready to 
move up to a first guard slot. 

Joe Armstrong-Only a freshman, 
Joe gave every indication of develop- 
ing into a fine player for Millsaps in 
his three remaining years of eligibility . 
In l 55, Joe served very well as a spot 
performerat one of the guard positions. 




JONES, Tackle 



ARMSTRONG, Tackle 



VARSITY 



MILLSAPS 34 
OUACHITA 6 



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THE COACHES 




Jim Berry-A big, rough man in the 
line, Jim was a capableand much used 
reserve at the tackle slot . His consistent 
play very probably earned him a starter's 
post for the upcoming grid campaign. 

Coach Sammy Bartling and Coach 
Erm Smith-This pair in '55, as the year 
before, gave Millsaps a good represen- 
tative ball club. As ever, they got the 
most from their material and were in- 
deed vital to the successes of the 
Majors. 




GOLF 

The Millsaps Golf Team claims 
only two lettermen for the 1956 
season. With such lack of depth 
there will appear some new faces 
on the links for our team. 

It is hoped that more matches 
can be scheduled this year than 
ever before. Competition will be 
stiff, but the Majors plan to make 
a marked improvement over the 
records of the past few years. 




Bill Lampton and Breck King 



RETURNING LETTERMEN 

The minor sports definitely have their place atMillsaps, Dr„ White and his boys 
gave Millsaps a team to be proud of last year, and the Golf Team has promise for 
the future. 



PICTURED: Abraham, McCormick, Moore, Vaughan, Leggett. 




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Last year saw the Millsaps Net- 
men meet and conquer some of the 
roughest teams in Mississippi. Time 
and again the Majors proved that 
the underdog rating they were usu- 
ally given was quite a misnomer. 

This year Millsaps has the good 
fortune of retaining most of its 
starting lineup from last year's fine 
group of players. If the spirit is as 
good this year there should be no 
stopping place on the road to more 
success. 



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CHEERLEADERS 

There were times during the 
course of the year that school spirit 
seemed to be at a low ebb. How- 
ever, there were six people who 
always gave their full support to 
the team and tried to inspire others 
to do the same . At every home 
game, through rain or shine, the 
Cheerleaders constantly showed 
their faith in the Majors. 

We salute the Cheerleaders for 
a season of hard work. It would be 
well worth our while to follow the 
example they have set for us. 



PICTURED: Betty Jane Cleveland, Ed Upton, Ann Dillard, 
Jack Loflin, Nancy Neyman, Lea Hyman. 



SPIRIT OF MILLSAPS 



PICTURED: Margaret Whitfield, Jane Mclnvale, Gail 
Hood, Lynda Munson, Elwyn Addkison. 



MAJORETTES 

Never before has a student 
body looked forward to the half- 
time show as we did this year. No 
doubt the group of young ladies 
pictured at the right had much to 
do with this. 

No matter what animal they 
imitated or what dance steps they 
did the Majorettes were always a 
sight to behold. Their work called 
for many hours of patient practice, 
as well as scanty outfitson Saturday 
afternoons. We thank them for the 
colorful halftime shows which they 
gave us during the year. 







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THE M CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Charles Deaton 

Vice-President- .... Robert Parnell 
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Jack King 



The M Club brings together those who have earned letters in the major sports on 
the campus. Each year the M Club chooses the candidates for Homecoming Queen, 
and the student body votes to select the ultimate winner. 



MEMBERS 



FIRST ROW 
Cliff Rushing 
John Lowery 
Terry Moore 
Hardy Nail 
John Awad 
Roy Wolfe 
John C. Phi 



SECOND ROW 
Robert Parnell 
Jimmy Jones 
Alex Alston 
Tom Boone 
Ralph King 
Jack King 



THIRD ROW 
James Hood 
Pat Bonner 
N.R. Walley 
Charles Deaton 
Murray Pinkston 
Brooks Hudson 



ley 



FOURTH ROW 
Don Williams 
Paul Comola 
Benny Kirkland 
Tom Prewitt 
Ted Alexander 
Bobby Joe Smith 
Tom Carey 



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PARKS REACHES FOR THE TIP 

The following pages fell the story of a team that lacked the ability to outscore 
the opposition. In view of this fact, we say we had a losing team. 

The story would not be an accurate one if it included a won-lost record. Per- 
haps we did lose, but at many times during the season Coach Smith's boys were able 
to convince us that winning was not always the only thing to consider. Their fight 
and determination against several "professional" amateurs made us conscious of a 



ACTION SHOTS 




spirit that might not have existed with even a perfect record team. These boys de- 
serve much credit for the many hours of practice they turned in while most of us were 
catching our afternoon nap. 

As for the future, we can only speculate. It is hoped that more materialwill be 
available to the college in the form of capable players. However, there were many 
talented players on the campus who did not give of their energy to the team. Mill- 
saps will remain on an amateur basis and keep in there plugging away. 





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FIRST ROW; Lampton, Dr. Moore, Jackson, Nail, Jones, Mr. Wood, Cheney. 
SECOND ROW: Dr. Finger, Polk, Hudson, Ely, Dr. Ferguson. 

OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 

OFFICERS 

President Hardy Nail 

Vice-President Sam Jones 

Secretary Dr. R.H. Moore 

ODK rscognizes those students who have taken active places of leadership in campus 
activities and maintained a high scholastic average. Membership in Omicron Delta Kappa is 
the highest honor a Millsaps male student can receive. Each year ODK sponsors scholastic 
awards for fraternities and sororities along with other projects that are beneficial to the 
college community. 



MEMBERS 



Reynolds Cheney 
Walter Ely 
Brooks Hudson 
Burton Jackson 



Sam Jones 
Bill Lampton 
Hardy Nail 
Hiram Polk 



FACULTY ADVISORS 
Dr. J .S. Ferguson 
Dr. H.E. Finger 
Dr. R.H. Moore 
Mr. J.W. Wood 




PICTURE: Anderson, Westerfield, Jones, Stanton, Barfield, Whitfield. 

SIGMA LAMBDA 

OFFICERS 

President Barbara Jones 

Vice-President Sara Jo Smith 

Secretary Clara Parks Booth 

Treasurer Ann Anderson 

Founded by ODK, Sigma Lambda recognizes women who have excelled in leadership, 
scholarship, and campus activities. Each year Sigma Lambda sponsors the Varsity Show, 
where Millsaps' talent is staged, and Coffee Hour, where the talent is entertained. 



Ann Anderson 
Betty Barfield 
Clara Parks Booth 
Barbara Jones 



MEMBERS 

Sara Jo Smith 
Shirley Stanton 
Claudette Westerfield 
Margaret Whitfield 



Margaret Woods 



FACULTY ADVISORS 
Miss Mildred Morehead 
Mrs. Nellie Hederi 
Miss Jean Sain 



Y. W. C. A. 



All Mi 1 1 saps Co-Eds are automatically members of the Y. W.C. A The "Y" sponsors 
Vespers, The Campus Handbook, Christmas for Korean Children, and many other 
valuable projects. An annual event is the Big-Little Sister Banquet where fellowship 
and fun are enjoyed by all. 



OFFICERS 
President. . Claudette Westerfield 
Vice-President . Teenie Underhill 
Secretary Myra Fisher 



Treasurer .... 
Commission Chairmen 



. Walter Jean Lamb 

. Clydell Carter 

Betty Gail Trapp 

Betty Barfield 

Jerry Beadle 

Martha Ann Wolford 



PICTURED: Barfield, Lamb, Fisher, Westerfield, Underhill, Beadle, Trapp, Wolford. 



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NISTERIAL LEAGUE 

OFFICERS 

President Tommie Price 

Vice President Jim Waits 

Secretary Jack King 

Faculty Advisor .... Rev. Bob Anding 

The Ministerial League plans and presents programs to all kinds of needy people 
in the city and its immediate vicinity. Through their activities they learn much of 
the service which they will one day enter. 



MEMBERS 



Gary Balius 
David Carson 
Henry Easley 
Roy Givens 
Earl Greenough 
Inge Halbert 
Bobby Ivey 
Cecil Jones 
Paul Kern 
Eddie King 



Young Lee 
Jack Loflin 
Buddy Lovett 
Palmer Manning 
Max Miller 
Bailey Moncrief 
Jesse Moore 
Hardy Nail 
James Rush 
Tex Sample 



Bobby Joe Smith 
Laverne Smith 
Roger Thompson 
Jerry Trigg 
James Vaughan 
Joe Way 
Donald Williams 
Eddie Williams 
Roy Wolfe 
Rayford Woodrick 



KIT KAT 

MEMBERS 
Reynolds Cheney 

Secretary 
Henry Carney 
Joseph Conti 
James Crawford 
Charles Deaton 
Walter Ely 
Brooks Hudson 
Sam Jones 
Hiram Polk 
Ed Upton 

FACULTY 
Mr. Lance Goss 
Mr. Paul Hardin 
Dr. A.G. Sanders 
Dr. M.C. White 




STANDING: Upton, Polk, Carney, Cheney, Deaton, Hudson. 
SEATED: Jones, Prof. Hardin, Prof. White, Prof. Goss, Ely. 



Kit Katand Chi Delta are honoraries that encourage creative writing and excellence 
in the culinary arts. Both are heavy contributors to Stylus, campus literary magazine. 
One of the highlights of the year is the Southern Literary Festival. Students are en- 
couraged to enter their works in the Festival and to develop an interest in good 
literature. 



STANDING: Lipsey, Anthony, Kelly, Hemphill, Coleman, Brown. 
SITTING: Starnes, Stanton, Crawford. 




CHI DELTA 



MEMBERS 
Shirley Stanton 

President 
Shirley Caldwell 
Vice-President 
Alice Starnes 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Betty Anthony 
Shirley Brown 
Aden Coleman 
Nancy Crawford 
Cara Lloyd Hemphill 
Barbara Mae Jones 
Eugenia Kelley 
Susie Lipsey 

FACULTY 
Miss Mildred Morehead 



WHO'S WHO 

MEMBERS 
Ann Louise Anderson 
Elizabeth Ann Barfield 
Clara Parks Booth 
John Michael Awad 
Charles Milton Deaton 
Henry Burton Jackson, Jr. 
Barbara Mae Jones 
Jack Milton Loflin 
Hiram Carey Polk 
Sara Jo Smith 
Nathan Riley Walley 
James Lovick Wasson 
Claudette Ann Westerfield 
Margaret Ann Whitfield 




FIRST ROW: Westerfield, Jones, Barfield, Booth, Anderson, Smith. 
SECOND ROW: Walley, Loflin, Polk, Awad, Powell, Deaton. 



Each year the Faculty chooses fifteen students as ideal college citizens. These 
students are listed nationally as members of WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN 
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 



ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



STANDING: Baxter, Lovett, Johnson, McCluskey, Hudson, Smith, 
Willetts, Johston, Alston, Anderson, Hales. SEATED: Carlton, 
Merrill, Dr. Williamson, Hardin, Nations. 




Alpha Phi Omega is the service 
fraternity on the campus. Its members 
seek to render beneficial aid to the 
college community at all times. 

Dr. G.G.Williamson, as Faculty 
Advisor, has been largely responsible 
for the growth and success of this group. 
An active worker with Boy Scouts of 
America, he has implanted the ideas of 
that group on the campus . 



THETA NU SIGMA 

OFFICERS 

President Mike Conner 

Vice-President Elaine Boothe 

Secretary Zorah Curry 

Treasurer Walton Lipscomb 

Reporter Hiram Polk 

Faculty Advisor Dr. F.W.James 

Theta Nu Sigma is the natural science honorary. It strives to promote 
high scholarship and good fellowship among science majors. 

MEMBERS 

Elaine Boothe Chick Flournoy 

Kaisa Braaten Walton Lipscomb 

Jesse Brasher Foster Lowe 

Walley Conerly W.H. Merrill 

Mike Conner Hiram Polk 

Zorah Curry Helen Reilly 

Billy Ray Davis James Robertson 

Harry Dowling Earl Staires 

STANDING: Flournoy, Dowling, Davis, Merrill, Brasher, Robertson, Dr. James. 
SEATED: Polk, Reilly, Boothe, Conner, Curry, Lipscomb. 



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ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 

OFFICERS 

President Hiram Polk 

Vice President Richard Fleming 

Secretary Elaine Boothe 

Treasurer Chick Flournoy 

Faculty Dr. W.J. Brett 

Dr. R.R. Priddy, Mr. Miller Williams 
Mr. C.B. Galloway 
AED brings intoassociation the outstanding pre-med students of the college. 
This year the Mil Isaps chapter was host to the National AED Convention which 
was attended by delegates from more than one hundred schools. 

MEMBERS 

Ezra Alexander Enoch Dangerfield John Morgan 

Dannie Anderson Chick Flournoy John Murphy 

Gary Balius Tom Hardee Hiram Polk 

Elaine Boothe Robert Herrington Jeanette Pullen 

Tom Carey Hugh Johnston Melvyn Stern 

John Coddington Walton Lipscomb Frank Tucker 

WallyConerly Jerry Long Nancy Vines 

Dewitt Crawford John McEachin Robert Wesley 

Irvin Cronin Harry Mills Jeanette Wilkins 

Zorah Curry Ellis Moffitt Fred Yerger 

Bill Moore 





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FIRST ROW: Anderson, Jones, Turner, Nail. SECOND ROW: Lampton, Ely, Rigby, Brown. THIRD ROW; Jackson, Prof. 
Goss, Swindull, Hillman. 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

OFFICERS 

President Walter Ely 

Vice-President Cliff Rigby 

Secretary-Treasurer .... Barbara Jones 
Faculty Advisor Lance Goss 

Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatics fraternity. Its membership is 
composed of students who have worked in all phases of dramatics-acting, costumes, 
publicity, stage crew, etc. Alpha Psi presents the students with an excellent program 
of plays each year. This year's agenda included "Cyrano de Bergerac," "The Rain- 
maker," and "Come Back, Little Sheba." 

MEMBERS 

Ann Anderson Barbara Jones 

Shirley Brown Bill Lampton 

Walter Ely Hardy Nail 

Karen Gilfoy Cliff Rigby 

Byrd Hillman Sylvia Shrock 

Burton Jackson Johnnie Swindull 

John Turner 




FIRST ROW: Yerger, Walters, Hupperich, Booth, Conner, Taft. 
SECOND ROW: Bufkin, Ragland, Lampton, Martin, Pullen. 

ETA SIGMA PHI 

OFFICERS 

President Clara Parks Booth 

Vice President Mike Conner 

Secretary-Treasurer .... Summer Walters 

Eta Sigma Phi is a national honorary fraternity whose purpose is to recognize students 
who have excelled in their study of Latin or Greek. Each year its members hold the Roman 
Banquet, where classicism reaches its height of perfection. 

MEMBERS 



Clara Parks Booth 
Kay Bufkin 
Mike Conner 
Walter Ely 
Jonah Ford 
Brooks Hudson 
Ann Hupperich 



Bill Lampton 
June Martin 
Jeanette Pullen 
Ann Ragland 
Alfred Statham 
Summer Walters 
Fred Yerger 



FACULTY 

ADVISORS 
Mrs. Magnolia Coullet 
Miss Elizabeth Craig 
Dr. H. E. Finger, Jr. 
Dr. A. P. Hamilton 




FIRST ROW: Meyers, Westerfield, Fielder, Woods. 

SECOND ROW; Dr. Laney, Cunningham, Booth, Barfield, Jones, Anderson, Dr. Ferguson. 

THIRD ROW: Boykin, Carney, Deaton, Cheney, Witten, Trigg, Prewitt, Loflin, Hilton. 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Barbara Jones 

Vice-President Reynolds Cheney 

Secretary-Treasurer Ann Anderson 

International Relations Club is composed of students who have shown special interest in 
the fields of history and political science. Each year IRC sponsors campus-wide forums of 
important affairs of the day. 

MEMBERS 

Ann Anderson Barbara Jones 

Betty Barfield Jack Loflin 

Clara Parks Booth Bobby Maddox 

Jerry Boykin Ann Myers 

Henry Carney Tom Prewitt 

Reynolds Cheney Nita Reed 

Rose Cunningham Jerry Trigg 

Charles Deaton Claudette Westerfield 

Gail Fielder James Witten 

Jerry Hilton Margaret Woods 

FACULTY ADVISORS 

Dr. Robert Bergmark Dr. Frank Laney 

Dr. James Ferguson Dr. Ross Moore 



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PICTURE: Fisher, Lamb, Smith, Maddox, Booth, Powell, Elliott, Carter. 



KAPPA DELTA EPSILON 

OFFICERS 

President Clara Parks Booth 

Vice-President Joan Lee Powell 

Secretary Claudette Westerfield 

Treasurer Ann McShane 

Kappa Delta Epsilon is a professional education sorority. Its membership consists of 
women preparing for the teaching profession who have demonstrated competence in their 
studies and who promise the application of their talents for the promotion of education in 
American schools. 

MEMBERS 

Clara Parks Booth Sarah Johnson 

Shirley Caldwell Walter Jean Lamb 

Boots Carpenter Ann McShane 

Clydell Carter Helen Maddox 

Carol Culley Joan Lee Powell 

Charlotte Elliott Martha Ann Smith 

Myra Fisher Claudette Westerfield 



FACULTY ADVISORS 
Prof, and Mrs. R.R. Haynes 



MEMBERS 
(L. TO R.) 

Alton 
Boyd 

Alfred 
Statham 

Prof. 
Tillman 

Ann 

Myers 

Jerry 
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PI KAPPA DELTA 



Pi Kappa Delta is composed of students who have excelled in Debate and Speech 
activities . 



The Debate Club contains the rising young orators of the campus. 

MILLSAPS DEBATE CLUB 

FIRST ROW: Cunningham, Lipsey, Myers, Tillman, Cleveland, Ford, Saxon. SECOND ROW; Tonkel, 
Statham, Boyd, Waits, Trigg, McKaskel. THIRD ROW: Mims, Grisham, Pool, Kern, Lisle. 




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FIRST ROW: Woods, Greener, Stevens, Whitfield, Starnes, Smith. 
SECOND ROW: Booth, Stellwagon, Burton, Miller, Moss, Wilkins. 
THIRD ROW: Bailey, Ragland, Stanton, Moorhead, Elliott, Fielder. 

MAJORETTE CLUB 

OFFICERS 

President Emily Greener 

Vice-President Sylvia Stevens 

Secretary-Treasurer . . . Margaret Whitfield 

The Majorette Club consists of girls who have shown special skills and interests in the 
women's intramural program. Stunt night is sponsored annually by these coeds. 



MEMBERS 



Valera Baily 
Clara Parks Booth 
Mary Elizabeth Burton 
Charlotte Elliott 
Gail Fielder 
Karen Gilfoy 
Emily Greener 
Danye Miller 
Gail Moorhead 
Yvonne Moss 



Ann Ragland 
Shirley Stanton 
Alice Starnes 
Sylvia Stevens 
June Stellwagon 
Nancy Vines 
Claudette Westerfield 
Margaret Whitfield 
Jeanette Wilkins 
Margaret Woods 



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A WORD OF THANKS 



At the end of such a task as the one we have completed there are many things we 
like to recall . Deadlines, worry, sweat, and strain have been our motto through rain, 
storm, and fair weather (which was a rare occasion on the campus). At the end of it 
all we can muster up enough courage to say we enjoyed it, even amidst all the 
accusations that we would break the Bank of Monte Carlo with our financial policies. 

In this space I wish to thank personally the members of my staff who did such an 
excellent job in helping this edition of the Bobashela to be a book the staff is proud 
to claim. Claire King and Hiram Polk were able Assistant Editors, offering advice and 
hardwork whenever it was needed. Oscar Dowdle and NenaDoiron dida remarkable 
job of doing the long and controversial class sections. Ed Upton, Peggy Perry, and 
Elwyn Addkison assembled the social pages with undying loyalty. Eddie Williams 
and Foster Lowe were better than Bill Stern when it came to the sports pages. Jerre 
Gee carried on a romantic correspondence course with Frankie Laine concerning- the 
beautiful girls who were our beauty candidates and ultimate winners. Hal Miller, 
with hisundeniable cynicism, cunningly drew up the clever snapshot pageswhich are 
found between these covers. Bill Walker and Pat Warren knew the ropes when it came 
to putting together a good activities section. And last, but not least, Albert "Scoop" 
Williamson did a job on the photography that will be remembered and appreciated 
for many years. As for my part, I had the privilege of working with this fine crew 
and finding out for myself why ulcers are prevalent among editors,, 

Finally, we wish to thank the Business Staff for their prompt job in securing the 
ads for this section. Even though Burton Jackson screamed every time I added another 
page of color and refused to foot the bill, I wouldn't have changed a thing. He and 
his staff deserve much credit. 

Our Faculty Advisor, Mr„ Lance Goss, was top notch. Even with all his other 
activities he was a patient and sympathizing souL Many members of the student body 
pitched in now and then to help us along the way. We appreciate the aid of all who 
did a share in this book's production. 

— Bill Lampton, Editor — 



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"Why, Yes, I plan to run this school 





1 the living roon 
They are 
jtfer, Vicks' 
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Fiper, 

ksburg; u^., 
by Alton Boyd). 



appa Alpha Pledges 



Sixty-five students ana * 

[illsaps honoraries during c. 

ucted services these were invittv 

ICRON DELTA KAPPA, na-* — 

i men's leadership honorary 

[nity — Reynolds Cheney, 

\s Hudson, Bill Lampton an ** 

i Polk. 

\lAA LAMBDA, national 

i leadership honorary sor 

! Margaret Woods, Marge 

ield, Shirley Stanton, 

Barfield. 

HA EPSILON DELTA, 

pre-medical and pre-dei 
lry — Dannie Anders 
y Carey, John Coddingt 

Johnston, Ellis Moffitt, ] 

, John Murphree, Jeanc 
is, and Harry Mills. 

TA NU SIGMA, local : 

sciences honorary • — He 

Jess Brasher, Kaisa Br 

illy Ray Davis, James Ri 
and Professor A. A. B 

' KAT, local men's creat; 
? fratern' r — Charles D 
iram Pol^ and 
. SIGMA PHI, n 



KAPPA DBi. 
tional education hoi* 





"All's Fair in Love, War, and Football 



\hela Pi ° n 



r ano 



.'°urth Quarter gave the Mis 
C C0lle ^ Chocs the ma.g i n 

ctory over the battling Majo" 
Q MUisapg Saturday ni 
4 score. After ■ 
y in the 
ing - 




to 

'OUI. 

'st a 

9. 
1 for 
st one 
jump i 
d, who \ 
»n the 3 
Wa s swaj 
N took ov .. 
the final v, 
1 Played ai ^ 
spite a gash 
eceived on & 
me. Center J* 
pa Prewitt, ai 



■•Country Club set at 'Saps" 



*ong 

-- game's 
ftox McDaniell To , n . J 

-am with a toss in , i nterview the MilJ Sfl n 



wave sone 



- -v'orite s ; " 0Ur 
va stly different 



■ - M ,„ lhe MaJor , s fcs ££ — Syi Sfc - y each ■"- " '— -=^i^ - «** 

luarterback Ken tWi~ ! w.i „. '. \\ 1 'vorite ^ 



— <.„,= iKiajors 
auarterback Ken Toler 
I Pryon and Emerson' 
i"st quarter 
ree 




^ /la™. 



f Rushing, a 
I ball to tl, 
passed to Kir . 
pore of the g 
N to put Mill, 
S yard pass foil 
was made compl. , 
srence call again 
Neither Mn 
fe any 
£oes nu 
| yards 



e Mi nis-|pecially 
of Pow- "loves j 
es pro- j Ed Upt< 
n each spirit, a 
Taylor make a 
'md alto Ann 
<Med the moti 
half "the Jitt 
on S This y 
lW t | attended 
and the 
with the 
left this 
astically 
to suppor 
is witness 
spirit at 
iheerlead* 
'ou 

T 
e 




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is so 



interesting" 



..philosophy 

- «ne, but 
-, — ««. that timl U th6y msh « 
bit Bry^n on the sneak. InterceJf/ QUarterba <*J Shad 
fat over for the the £amh„ Q ^!f ted &**** 8*vTt Mlaai*. 



V manage to start on th„ ' I 

k < a "er a brief ^ 1 SEmea team. We th . 

a hnef debate on spreading hank tQ em for r™"r 

%*> be Betty Jane uft? ^ hUSi3Sm and helpinl in ^ «1 

: — ■ ■ _il__^^«^avwite team laugh 

s^tl°L tbe ^-r day a! . Au h ™°*°« -pic example of n„ J"*™-" 



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made featei&te wf t&ei% 
tateie&t and caGfi&iatiaa. 



STEVENS 




Home of Hart - , Schaffner & Marx 
221 E. Capitol 



Lloyd Ford Co., Inc. 



New Cars 
Used Cars 



New Trucks 
Used Trucks 




SALES 



SERVICE 



"Mississippi's Largest Ford Dealer" 

430 S. State Jackson, Mississippi 






music co. 

PM JHI II IIIi 



PIANOS 
RECORDS INSTRUMENTS 

RECORD PLAYERS 



"SAVE AND HAVE" 

FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

CURRENT DIVIDEND 3°fo 
Jackson, Mississippi 



R. C. BROWN 

Clothing for Men, Women, Children 
101 E. Capitol St. Phone 3-1225 


SMITH'S 

CITY SHOE SHOP 

(Near the Viaduct) 

Chosen First in the Nation 

For Superior Workmanship 

315 West Capitol 

2-3378 


Montgomery Hardware 

Frigidaire Appliances 

'Your Sporting Goods Headquarters" 

Phone 6-4441 3003 N. State 


BEAUTY ENTERPRISES 

"oArtist of the Hair" 

Jackson, Mississippi 

BEAUTY CENTRE HAIR DESIGNERS 
1224 West Capitol 317 Meadowbrook 
Phones Phones 
5-5421 - 2-2836 6-3965 - 6-1435 


Mississippi Power and 
Light Co. 

Better Light 

for 
Better Sight 


Hederman Brothers 

Printers — Stationers 
Lithographers 

327-335 E. Pearl Street 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 


Twin States Athletic 
Supply Co. 

A Complete Line of 
Athletic Supplies 

School Jackets and Sweaters 

J. W. "Jim" Hine, Owner and Manager 
117 South Lamar 


Compliments of 

General Refrigeration & 
Appliance Co., Inc. 

Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service 

5-8360 - Phones - 5-8369 

Cor. North State and Amite 

Jackson, Mississippi 





Seale-Jsily 



YOUR FAVORITE FUN FOOD 



E. B.'s RESTAURANT 

Seafoods 
Steaks 

Chicken 

Sandwiches 

North State at Meadowbrook Rd. 



HEMPHILL 

Drug Co. 

"Service to the Sick" 

Free Delivery Service 
No. 1 

Corner Capitol & State St. 
Phone 2-6636 



No. 2 

Meadowbrook Shopping Center 
Phone 6-1449 



DUKE'S 

Men's Fine Apparel 
240 E. Capitol 

CELEBRATING OUR 25TH ANNIVERSARY 



BAPTIST BOOK STORE 

Religious, Children's and Ceneral Books 

Bibles 

Greeting Cards and Stationery 

Plaques and Pictures 



SHAMROCK DRIVE-IN 


BATSON HARDWARE 


Millsaps Students Always 




Welcome at 


115 Triangle Drive at Tripps Crossing 


SHAMROCK DRIVE-IN 




5128 North State 


PHONE 6-2734 


Peter J. Costes owner & manager 
Millsaps '52 


Jackson, Mississippi 


9 DRINK 


H (&2i<De& 


IN BOTTLES 


The Pause That Refreshes 


Jackson Coca-Cola Bottling Company 


REID-McGEE 


Snack 


MORTGAGE LOANS 


Shop 


REAL ESTATE MUTUAL INSURANCE 


"Good Food Around the Clock" 


Telephone 5-7451 


David Jones 


516 E. Capitol 


Owner and Manager 



PRATT -LAMBERT PAINT 

School Discount 

offered to 

Fraternities and Sororities 

at 

PROTECTIVE PAINT CO. 

Bob Kochtitzky Millsaps 



MISSISSIPPI OPTICAL 
DISPENSARY 



CONTACT 
LENSES 



FASHIONED 
DESIGNED 
GLASSES 



425 E. Capitol St. 
Jackson, Mississippi 



1956 PONTIAC, 

WITH THE 227-HP STRATO-STREAK, 
V-8 AND STRATO-FLIGHT HYDRA-MATIC 




MADISON AUTO SALES, 

NC. 



227 E. PASCAGOULA STREET PHONE 3-6307 JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Sjhe. 

wimsA 



103 E. Capitol Jackson, Mississippi 



WELLS 



IDEAL CLEANERS 

'Everything the Name Implies" 



3007 N. STATE 



PHONE 6-3522 




"STORE FOR MEN WHO CARE" 



<y< 



ogue 



Mississippi's 
Campus 
Fashion 
Leader 

146 E. Capitol 




Jackson, Mississippi 



THE GRILL 



'WHERE THE GANG GATHERS" 



Sand- 
wiches 

Cold 
Drinks 




Books 

School 

Supplies 




CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION 



at 



MILLSAPS COLLEGE 



Aspires to Promote Right Attitudes Within a Disciplined Mind 



North State Pharmacy 

"Flight Across the Street 

from the Girls' Dormitory" 
1808 N. State 



Standard Photo Co. 

Cameras 

Supplies 

Finishing 

513 E. Capitol 



Photography By 

Mitchell Studios 



1212 N. STATE 



JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



Compliments 


Jackson Jitney- Jungle Stores 


The Finest in All Grocery Needs 


Jackson, Mississippi 


Compliments 


Patterson Rexall Drug 




Stores 


HIRAM L. LANDFAIR 


Dependable Prescription Specialist 


LUMBER COMPANY 


7 Conveniently Located Stores 


Telephone 5-3661 


FREE DELIVERY 


BUY QUALITY, BUY 
FAMOUS BRAND NAMES 


IT'S MORI'S 




FOR LUGGAGE 


McRAE'S 


GIFTS 


yac&MM 


ACCESSORIES 


MILNER CHEVROLET 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


"Volume is our business. " 


BOGUS PRODUCTS, INC. 


SOUTH AT PRESIDENT 


"We are waiting to serve you" 


Jackson, Mississippi 






Compliments of 

PRIMOS RESTAURANTS 

No. 1- -Opposite Post Office 

No. 2--Next to Baptist Hospital 

No. 3--Next to Sears 

No. 4--Primos Steak House 

Jackson, Mississippi 




FURNITURE TO MEET YOUR NEEDS 
Stocked Ready for Shipment 

School Furniture — Library Tables — Chairs 
Office Equipment — Audio-visual Aids 

MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY 



"SERVING MISSISSIPPI SCHOOLS" 
Jackson, Mississippi 



1956 Bobashela 

Published By 

R. M. HENDRICK 

Graduate Supply House 

Representatives 



-^Y YEARBOOKS 

IIIIIIIIHII^IIIIIIIIIIIM 



Sandwiches Short Orders 

"Chicken - in - the - Box" 

ADELLE GRILL 

Esther Kelly 



MONTGOMERY HARDWARE 

Frigidaire Appliances 
"Your Sporting Goods Headquarters" 



Phone 6-4441 



3003 N. State 



Jackson, Mississippi 

EMPORIUM 

. . 54 YEARS OF RELIABLE FASHION 
MERCHANDISING IN MISSISSIPPI 



READY TO SERVE YOU IN THE 
ROMANCES OF LIFE 
Your Rings 
Your China 
Your Silver 
Your Gifts 

O'FERRALL'S JEWELRY 



414 E. Capitol 



Jackson, Mississippi 




YEARBOOKS 








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